Code of Ethics

Information security professionals are afforded a great deal of responsibility and trust in protecting the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of an organization's information assets.

It is not enough for information security professionals to simply "do the job". We must hold ourselves and our discipline to the highest standards of ethical and professional conduct. Read More

Ethics Council

GIAC, as a professional organization providing certification to the information security community, strives to maintain the highest ethical standards. The GIAC Ethics Council was formed by the GIAC Advisory Board in October 2005 as an independent Council intended to elevate the importance of ethical issues in the security profession. Read More

Report Violation

The GIAC organization takes ethics very seriously. As part of a leading association of information security professionals, GIAC certification holders and those attempting to obtain GIAC certification, must act in a lawful and ethical fashion for the benefit of the public, the profession and the companies to whom they provide professional services. Read More