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CSZ Summit 2022 MdR – Computer Society Zimbabwe Annual Summit
Ethics Ethics everywhere but which code should we use – presentation at ITPE Professional Ethics Expert Group meeting on 9 December 2020.
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|Life and Enterprise with Industry 4.0 to Society 5.0 and the 5th Machine Age—investments, the landscape, disruptive technologies, and Economic Opportunities||A flavor of the growth of Society 5.0 and the 5th Machine age—what are the hottest trends and where are the opportunities||Stephen Ibaraki|
|Cyber-security – A multi-disciplinary approach||Why everyone must be involved||Anthony Wong|
|Initiatives in promoting IT professionalism across Europe||The standardization of all four pillars of the ICT profession in Europe is led by TC428 which is part of the European Committee for Standardisation. It is supported by IT Professionalism Europe network which brings together stakeholders to exchange best practice in maturing the IT profession.||Austeja Trinkunaite|
|Frameworks to support digital skills||People are a distinctive factor. Frameworks can help make digital skills visible.||Liesbeth Ruoff|
|What IFIP is doing (conclusion)||Closing remarks||Mike Hinchey|
Internet Governance Forum 2017 “Go0d Governance is a Professional Standard which builds Trust and Cybersecurity in the entire digital ecosystem” IFIP IP3 IGF Presentation December 2017
SEARCC2017 – iDOCED – Trust 15 September 2017
IT & Professionalism in Developing countries – focus on Africa (as presented at WCC2008)
A global ICT Profession – Dream or reality (as presented at CSZ Summer School 2011)
Professional Certification of ICT Practitioners in Australia (Paper by Brenda Aynsley & Ruth Graham, ACS)
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