The UK Cyber Security Council Guiding Principles for Individuals are written for practitioners in Member Organisations, but are equally applicable to practitioners from non-member organisations. They help individuals working in the cyber security profession both to conduct themselves in an ethical manner and to balance often conflicting interests and demands, enabling individuals to meet the highest standards of professional conduct.
Member Organisations should make the Guiding Principles for Individuals accessible both to their employees and to contractors or subcontractors.
Member Organisations may have their own ethical requirements for their individual members. The Council’s guidance is intended to ensure that such requirements include the Council’s Guiding Principles, not to replace them.
Member Organisations that are also Licensed Bodies with the UK Cyber Security Council must have in place a process to meet the principles of the Council’s ethics and standards that their Council registrants adhere to.
UK Cyber Security Council – Guiding Principles for Individuals
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The Council has published a Code of Ethics for organisations.