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Datenschutz in KMU: Lehren für die IT-Compliance

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  • Klotz, Michael
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    IT-Compliance als Teilbereich der IT-Governance erlangt derzeit wachsende Bedeutung. Dass die Forderung nach Gesetzestreue trivial erscheint, offenbar jedoch nicht ist, belegen allein schon die in 2008 bekannt gewordenen Compliance-Verstöße. Diesbezüglich wird die Befolgung der Vorschriften des BDSG in KMU exemplarisch herangezogen. Auf dieser Basis diskutiert dieses Arbeitspapier verschiedene begriffliche und konzeptionelle Aspekte der IT-Compliance. Hierzu werden die ethischen Prinzipien der Deontologie und des Konsequentialismus genutzt. Im Ergebnis zeigen sich grundlegende theoretische Klärungen, die für den Handlungsbereich sowohl der IT-Compliance als auch des IT-Risikomanagements sowie für die Praxis des Datenschutzes nutzbar gemacht werden können.BDSG ; Corporate Governance ; Datenschutz ; Deontologie ; KMU ; Konsequentialismus ; IT-Compliance ; IT-Governance ; Risikomanagement

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    Paper provided by Fachhochschule Stralsund, Stralsund Information Management Team (SIMAT) in its series SIMAT Arbeitspapiere with number 01-09-001.

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    Date of creation: 2009
    Handle: RePEc:zbw:simata:0109001
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