5 hours 25 minutes
Hi, everybody. And welcome back to the Hcs PP Certification course with Sai Buri Code of ethics. My name is Charlene Hutchins and I will be your instructor for this video
today. We're gonna talk about codes of ethics for an organization and for I S C squared. Now stay tuned. A promise it won't be boring. While it is basic information, it's part of the exam and there will be a few things that stand out. So let's do a quick review.
Every organization that interacts with personal information should have have a code of ethics. A code of ethics describes the behaviour of the organization as it relates to use care and protection of information, as well as how everyone will conduct themselves in business matters.
Many organizations have core values that align or that are used as their code of ethics. The core values are the behaviors that the employees are expected to exhibit when working for the organization.
The core values for the company I work for are do the right thing,
and results matter.
Underneath each core value is further detail on what each means in plain language and We even say we don't tolerate jerks.
You can't get any plainer than that.
Living out those core values helps employees align with the code of ethics and behave in a manner that supports the business and its customers and clients.
All employees should be required to read, agree and sign the code of ethics and doing so should anyone violate the code and behaves on ethically,
such as committing fraud or, in today's society posting hateful language or statements on out on, ah, social media that are in opposition of the company's values than companies can have a legal standing for disciplinary action?
I S C Squared has a code of ethics, which all members and certificate holders are bound to follow,
therefore, cannons in the code that we will cover.
Here's what the code of ethics for I C Square. It looks like on the website
when you pass your exam. If you're not already a member, you will be asked to read, agree to and sign stating that you will follow this code of ethics. Basically, as a professional in a certificate holder, you're expected to behave ethically,
so just don't do bad things.
A summary of the four cannons are
the common good and the infrastructure
act honestly, responsibly and legally.
Provide competent service
meaning. Keep up with your training and certification and be diligent
and help to advance and protect the profession.
When you see someone else misbehaving and not following the code,
it's your duty and responsibility to report that
also use your knowledge and skills and abilities to train. Others
write an article, create exams in trainings and support others who are seeking to achieve their certification.
Now for a quick review,
employees should not be required to read. Agree to in a sign a code of ethics document.
True or false,
you write. It is false. Employees should be required to read agree to inside the code of ethics.
Next, the first I s C squared cannon is to protect society
The common good,
necessary public trusting confidence and the
infrastructure. Yes, you got it.
The fourth I s C Square cannon is to advance and protect the
wait for it.
The profession? Absolutely.
So today we talked about code of ethics and the I C Square code of ethics, making sure we all do the right thing.
Thanks for tuning in, and I'll see it in the next video
This HCISPP training provides students with the knowledge and skills to successfully pass the certification test needed to become a healthcare information security and privacy practitioner. The course covers all seven domains included on the exam.