Code of Ethics
All FITSI members must adhere and subscribe to the following Code
- Endeavor to
protect the nation's citizens,
information systems, information, processes and facilities.
- Maintain a
high level of personal integrity in any and all transactions
with customers, stakeholders, colleagues and acquaintances.
the confidentiality of all sensitive information (i.e.,
Personally Identifiable Information) such that it does not
create unnecessary risk for people and organizations.
- Refuse to
engage in intentional activities that affect the
availability of any and all IT systems and processes; both
personally and professionally.
research and sharing of ideas and information that are
worthy of such action. Give back to the community by adding
value when possible.
- Refuse to
foster FUD (Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt) in any and all
interactions with both personal and professional
- Avoid conflicts of interest
and recuse oneself when appropriate.
- Mentor and
teach whenever possible.
Violations of any
of these Code of Ethics can be grounds for revocation of a
member's certification(s) and/or membership in FITSI.