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Our students, employees, contractors, and those testing for the CyberSecurity Forensic Analyst (CSFA) certification must agree to and abide by this Code of Ethics and Conduct.

1. I will observe and honor any other code of ethics or conduct for the organizations I am a member of or employed by.

2. I will respect the confidential nature of any information, methodologies, or techniques that I become aware of in relation to computer forensics/forensic computing.

3. I will strive to keep my technical skills current.

4. I will be honest and forthright in my dealings with others.

5. I will not reveal facts, data or information without the prior consent of my client or employer except as authorized or required by law.

6. I will not accept compensation for my services based on contingency.

7. I will not permit the use of my name by, or associate in business ventures with, any person or firm that I believe to be engaged in fraudulent or dishonest practices.

8. I will perform services only in areas I am competent in. I will rely upon other qualified parties for assistance in matters that are beyond my area of expertise.

9. I will maintain custody and control over whatever materials are entrusted to my care.

10. I will refuse or terminate involvement in any work when I feel that I am being coerced into a particular opinion.

11. I will disclose all known or potential conflicts of interest that could influence or appear to influence my judgment or the quality of my services.

12. I will not falsify my qualifications or permit misrepresentation of my associates' qualifications, nor will I misrepresent or exaggerate my responsibilities in or for the subject matter of prior assignments, employment, or past accomplishments.

13. I will always acknowledge my errors and will not distort or alter the facts.

14. I am to be committed to the integrity of my profession, and will avoid situations in business or personal life where I might contribute to the wrongdoing of others or find myself viewed as a contributor to wrongdoing.

15. I will conduct my work based upon established, validated principles.

16. I will only render opinions that are demonstratively reasonable.

17. I will do my best to thoroughly examine and analyze all evidence, and will not withhold any of my findings, whether inculpatory or exculpatory.

18. I will provide assistance to those involved in my profession, as long as my assistance does not conflict with any other provision of this Code of Ethics and Conduct.

19. I will conform to all laws - federal, state, and local - pertinent to my profession. If I am unsure of the laws in a given situation, I will seek the assistance of legal counsel.

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