Foundations of ICT for decision makers
Intended for professionals from the philanthropic and non-profit sectors, who see information and communication technologies (ICT) as an opportunity to better engage with beneficiaries and stakeholders, this 5-day course will give you and your organization the ability and the toolset to take more leadership
responsibilities in driving your digital transformation. The courses are developed by the Center for Digital Trust (C4DT) at EPFL, in close partnership with Fondation Lombard Odier.
The course will be held on 23-27 November 2020 @ EPFL Campus.
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Executive Training: Foundations of Information and Communication Technologies
This course is intended for professionals—decision makers, advisers, lawyers—from organizations which, like ICRC, see information and communication technologies (ICT) as an opportunity to better engage with beneficiaries and clients.
The next course will be held on 25-29 November 2019 @ Humanitarium, ICRC headquarters in Geneva.
Foundations of ICT for Lawyers and Policy Workers
Being able to understand fundamental data protection challenges, interpret the technical implications of cyber, data protection and privacy law, advise third parties, and communicate properly with technical experts who develop and maintain digital systems are crucial for lawyers. With these goals mind this course is developed by C4DT in close cooperation with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and builds on the first course held for its lawyers at the end of February 2018.
C4DT’s Academy teaches “digital trust” skills to ICRC lawyers
A group of lawyers and policy workers from the International Red Cross (ICRC) and other organizations concluded a computing and digital trust awareness-raising training at EPFL.The week-long course in collaboration with C4DT is intended to equip them with the tools to evaluate the impact of information systems on their humanitarian activities. The course starts from computing basics and touches cloud computing, information security and privacy preservation.