Code of Ethics

LAST UPDATED: Feb 25, 2022
Principles and Rules of Conduct

 

The ISA United membership adopted the Community Code of Professional Conduct (the code) to provide guidance and rules to all members of the ISA United community. The principles provide the framework for the rules that govern the performance of their professional responsibilities.

Members of The International Security Architects United conduct themselves with integrity and professionalism.

All members of The International Security Architects United, regardless of their membership level or title, commit to all of the following ethical responsibilities.

CODE OF ETHICS

Society

  • first and foremost, protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public

  • enhance the quality of life for humanity

  • express professional opinions truthfully and only when founded on adequate knowledge and honest conviction

  • have zero tolerance for bribery, fraud, and corruption in all forms, and report violations to the proper authorities

  • endeavor to be of service in all security affairs

  • treat all persons with respect, dignity, and fairness, and reject all forms of discrimination and harassment

  • acknowledge the diverse historical, social, and cultural needs of the community, and incorporate these considerations in their work

  • consider the capabilities, limitations, and implications of current and emerging technologies when part of their work

  • report misconduct to the appropriate authorities where necessary to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public

Peers

  • provide attribution for the work of others

  • foster health and safety in the workplace

  • promote and exhibit inclusive, equitable, and ethical behavior in all engagements with colleagues

  • act with honesty and fairness on collaborative work efforts

  • encourage and enable the education and development of other architects and prospective members of the profession

  • supervise equitably and respectfully

  • comment only in a professional manner on the work, professional reputation, and personal character of other architects

  • report violations of the Code of Ethics to the International Security Architects United