Resources

Build awareness and support the adoption of best practices, standards and governance for the digital era, enabling you to take action now to defend against future risk.

Assessment

Digital Trust Conformity Assessment Program

A new trustmark for leading organizations that meet recognized standards developed by the Digital Governance Standards Institute. Certification by the Digital Governance Council is a mark of trust for Canadians and organizations everywhere.

AI Ethics Impact Assessment Review and Expertise

Receive expert advice from an advisory panel on AI ethics and governance to support your organization in making decisions in the design and use of AI technologies.

The advisory panel will review and input into the  ethical impact assessment prepared by your organization. It will also advise on the selection of treatment option to safeguard ethical risks identified and assessed by your organization.

Courses

AI Ethics 1 - Governance

$300 per person

This three-hour interactive workshop is an opportunity for companies to learn about how AI governance frameworks and tools can underpin Ethical AI. By participating in group discussions of real-life case studies, participants will learn to identify the key risks associated with AI, and develop appropriate mitigation strategies. Participants will also learn about the use of standards to mitigate risk, as well as emerging regulations.

Learning Outcomes
Participants will learn:
Available Session Dates
  • April 18, 2024: 11:00am – 2:00pm ET


You will receive a request by email to provide a preferred session date and participant information following purchase.

Delivered in partnership with the Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute (Amii)

AI Ethics 2 - Deployment

$600 per person
This three-hour interactive workshop will focus on the practical aspects of mitigating risks in AI systems. Participants will learn to detect and mitigate bias and implement strategies to monitor and assess these systems. They will gain hands-on experience in building an ethics framework designed to mitigate risk through the stages of AI adoption. This is the second workshop in the AI Ethics series.
Learning Outcomes
Participants will learn:
Available Session Dates
  • May 16, 2024: 11:00am – 2:00pm ET

You will receive a request by email to provide a preferred session date and participant information following purchase.

Delivered in partnership with the Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute (Amii)

Cyber Resiliency in Healthcare Micro-Credential

This complementary, self-paced micro-credential aims to develop your cyber resiliency skills by exploring cyber threats in a healthcare context, cybersecurity standards, and how they can help protect your organization.

Learning Outcomes:

Participants will learn how to:

This micro-credential was made possible with funding from Public Safety Canada, in collaboration with HealthCareCAN and the Digital Governance Council.

Other Resources

2024 Canadian Perspectives on Personal Data Sharing - Survey Results

Who do Canadians trust? What ways do Canadians want their data shared and for what purpose in finance, healthcare, government services, manufacturing, real estate, telecommunications, energy, transportation, retail and more…

Discover new insights on how Canadians view the exchange of their personal information with January 2024 findings commissioned by the Digital Governance Council in collaboration with Hill & Knowlton.

Access a wealth of in-depth insights into Canadians’ perceptions, concerns, and willingness to share personal data. The comprehensive data encompasses detailed findings on Canadians’ level of knowledge and concern, their openness to data sharing across various scenarios, and their perspectives on the primary beneficiaries of data sharing practices. Acquiring the full survey allows for a deep dive into the intricate details of Canadians’ attitudes towards data sharing and privacy, offering a nuanced understanding of diverse perspectives across different age groups, genders, income brackets, and educational backgrounds. This enables the data to be filtered on the backend, providing a customized view tailored to specific criteria.

Is your organization already a Digital Governance Council member? Contact us at info@dgc-cgn.org to get complimentary full access to the results.

Executive Insights

Access member-exclusive content, discussions and executive insights to drive innovation in digital governance and across your organization

Not yet a Member? Become a Member Today!

Standards and Specifications

Our standards cover vital areas of the emerging digital economy.

AI Ethics and Governance Services Registry

Connects Canadian startups and small-medium enterprises to the supports you need to build strong AI ethics practices.

Canadian Centre of Nonprofit Digital Resilience

Helping nonprofits thrive in a tech-driven world.

The Centre’s founding organizations share technical expertise, community roots, and a passion for helping nonprofits thrive.

CAN/CIOSC 104 Compliance Manager

Access cybersecurity expertise, receive professional guidance and automate testing to quickly, easily and affordably implement cybersecurity controls to protect your small or medium sized organization.

 

Digital Standards Manager

$500 annual subscription. Contact us for subscribing to multiple standards.

An online solution powered by CyberCatch that includes a workflow engine, compliance tips, charts, reports and an evidence repository to effectively manage compliance with one or more of the digital technology governance standards published by the Digital Governance Standards Institute.

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