Blog Posts Tagged with "Ethics"


End of the Annual Compliance Training Flea Dip

August 25, 2011 Added by:Thomas Fox

Compliance and ethics training should be integrated into more routine employee training rather than stand along compliance and ethics training. The more innovative component of Nortz’s suggestions revolves around employee involvement and follow up...

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Casey Jones - or How to Stop a Compliance Train Wreck

August 12, 2011 Added by:Thomas Fox

The evaluation of C-Suite leadership can be problematic in the best of times. The C-Suite can be an active part of the problem. While not FCPA violations, the criminal prosecutions at the highest echelon at Enron, WorldCom and Adelphia certainly speak to ethical lapses at the top...

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My Canons on (ISC)² Ethics - Such as They Are

July 25, 2011 Added by:security curmudgeon

In the email thread between ISC2 general counsel Dorsey Morrow and CISSP holder Boris Sverdlik, one of the replies from Morrow was unbelievable. Not only is the email negligent and libelous, it demonstrates unprofessional behavior and a serious lack of knowledge...

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Data Breaches or Breaches in Ethics?

June 21, 2011 Added by:Danny Lieberman

The ethical behavior for protecting company assets starts with company executives who show from personal example that IT infrastructure is to be used to further the company’s business and improving customer service and not for personal entertainment, gain or gratification...

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A Values-Based Approach to Your Compliance Program

June 17, 2011 Added by:Thomas Fox

Moving from a rules-based compliance training to an ethics-based approach, there are three general areas where a company can change its approach in a manner to encourage employees to behave ethically, they are The Code; Ethics Training; and You Make the Call...

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Compliance and Ethics: Tone from the Middle

March 25, 2011 Added by:Thomas Fox

In the communication of company values, a company must speak with one voice. This core concept needs to be communicated throughout the organization. It is not meant as challenge to employee’s personal views or their lifestyle, but as a company, it is important to speak as one...

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The ERC on Whistleblowing Workplace Misconduct

February 19, 2011 Added by:Thomas Fox

In strong ethical cultures, with a tone at the top that makes it clear that ethics do matter, where supervisors aggressively reinforce the ethics message, and where both employees and managers alike are held to high ethical standards, more employees report misconducts to their direct supervisor...

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