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Executive Certificate in Big Data, Governance and Compliance
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- Start Date
- 16 Nov 2019 (Sat)
- 3 months
- Course Fee
- HK$6000 per programme
Enrol this programme to explore new knowledge about Big Data, Cybersecurity, Governance and Compliance issues!
Executive Certificate in Big Data, Governance and Compliance aims to provide students with an overview in Big Data potentials, fraud detection and prevention for corporates, banking and financial services.
"Think BIG DATA, Think HKU SPACE"
The programme contents cover challenges and limitations in using Big Data in business. Key concepts include Big Data governance and compliance regulatory requirement, best practices in data protection and risk management. Case studies will be used to explain the importance of fraud detection and prevention in reducing company losses. Case studies emphasis will be in banking and financial services sector.
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On completion of the programme, students should be able to:
1. examine the Big Data handling process with ethical issues of Big Data collection and privacy protection within the financial services;
2. discuss the Big Data governance as a corporate governance imperative;
3. discuss the Big Data challenges and opportunities in banking and financial services;
4. evaluate the risk and challenges in real life case studies of handling Big Data fraud detection and prevention;
5. leverage current technology and Big Data to enhance governance and compliance;
6. develop a privacy framework to protect privacy information from Big Data.
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Days / Time
- Saturday, 1:00pm - 7:00pm
- 30 hours per module
- 5 meeting(s)
- 6 hours per meeting
- Admiralty Learning Centre
- HK Island
1. What is Big Data?
2. Big Data processing chain
- Data, database, data warehouse, data mining, data visualization
3. Defining Big Data – volume; velocity; variety; variability and veracity
4. Big Data landscape
5. Business and Technology implications of Big Data
6. Management and Storage of Big Data – cloud storage
7. Business Challenges and Big Data Opportunities in Financial Services and Banking:
- Key business challenges
- How can the financial services industry use Big Data?
A. Asset Management Banking
i) Potential of Bank Customer Data:
- Customer Analytics: Customer segmentation for banking needs
- Personalized financial products offering
ii) How can Banks realize greater value from customer data?
iii) How can Banks scale-up to next level of customer data analytics?
iv) How Big Data transforms Banking and Financial Services?
v) Limitations for Banks to exploit Big Data
C. Capital Markets
- Enterprise modelling platform
- Risk and capital management
- Wealth management
- Improving customer intimacy
- Improving fraud detection
8. Fraud detection and security
- Fraud Detection Techniques with Predictive Analytics
- Best practices for implementing Big Data for fraud prevention
- How Big Data analytics enhances monitoring performance and enables quicker decisions in detecting suspicious behavior, uncovering threats and vulnerabilities, preventing security incidents, and backing up forensic analyses
- Risk Prediction
- Corporate Fraud detection and prevention
Cases: Preventing Health Care Fraud with Big Data and Analytics/ Insurance claims; Fraud monitoring and fraud risk management case: Big Data based fraud risk management at Alibaba
9. Data Protection in the era of Big Data and the responsibility of information governance and compliance from a privacy prospective:
- Potential challenges in the staggered data
- Volume and sensitivity of data sets
- Maximize potential of Big Data and protects privacy of consumers
- Ambiguous data collection
- Unauthorized sharing and unexpected uses of data
- Heightened security risks
- Potential for discrimination
- Privacy framework with appropriate approach to notice and consent
- Ethical and fair usage of Big Data to achieve value based innovation
- Compliance and regulatory reporting
(1) Prof. Stephen Ng is a seasoned senior executives for InnoTech ICT corporates. He launched many first innotechs in the region, namely the first broadband, 3G, 4G, e-commerce, m-commerce, AaaS cloud, Biometric IDaaS and A.I. automation applications at the region. Graduates of A.I. FinTech from Oxford University plus various renowned qualifications in Education, Internet Security and Strategic Management. Professor taught in various institutions and schools in a wide spectrum of Financial Innovation, Digital Marketing, Big Data, Compliance and Governance, etc. Being appointed as Company Doctor and Mentor for Corporates and Startups over years. Successful helped Intellectuals Transfer & Wisdom Inspirations for different industries and governments in the region. Professor Invited as Honouray Advisor for international NGOs, Councils and Institues. Proactively promoting Mindfulness-Based Entreprenuarship & Intelligent Transformations for Public and Private sectors. Awards from government and renowned communities on Tech Gibs and Hackings. Currently conducting R&D projects in Blockchain 4.0, RegTech 2.0 and SupTech2.0 designs and IoT applications at Cyberport, InnoCenter and the Greater Bay Area. Invited as Principal Advisors for New Economy, CulturalFinance and InnoTech Councils in the regions, delivering disruptive approach in Human Factored Technological Advancements.
(2) Mr. Kalvin Nip is a Chartered Public Accountant and possesses postgraduate degree in professional accounting after his bachelor graduation in Double Degree in Business Management and Engineering discipline.
He has extensive practical hands-on working experience in the accounting and financial services industry. He held previous roles in a Big 4 accountancy firm and various top Japanese and European banks, including Ernst & Young, Nomura, Barclays and HSBC.
He is a passionate tutor and good at inspiring students and facilitating learning effectiveness. He also has solid teaching experience at Kaplan Financials, one of the leading global providers of diverse education and training.
His blend of practical experience, coupled with extensive lecturing experience, adds depth to his delivery in accounting and big data programme.
Assessment method: class participation + assignment
The Executive Certificate will be conferred to candidates who have attained PASS grade and achieved at least 70% attendance of the programme.
Nov 2019 intake
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Remarks: Tentative timetable is subject to change and course commencement is subject to sufficient enrollment numbers.
Applicants shall hold:
a) a bachelor’s degree awarded by a recognized University or equivalent; or
b) an Associate Degree/ a Higher Diploma or equivalent, and have at least 2 years of relevant working experience.
Applicants with other qualification and substantial senior level work experience will be considered on individual merit.
**Please upload copy of HKID and proof of degree while applying online.
HK$150 (student only needs to pay one time application fee for all EC in Big Data Series)Course Fee
- Course Fee : HK$6000 per programme (course fees are subject to change without prior notice)
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