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1

Explain the 3 engineering principles?

Obligation to Society - Ensuring the safety of their efforts and to report honestly and quickly any discovered issues.

Reporting Misconduct - Reporting any misconduct by other engineers or employees.

General Conduct - Acting professionally when working.

2

Explain the 4 principles of ACM Code of Ethics?

General Ethical Principles - Be fair and take action not to discriminate.

Professional Responsibilities - Maintain high standards of professional competence, conduct, and ethical practice

Professional Leadership Principles - Manage personnel and resource to enhance the quality of working life

Compliance with the Code - Uphold, promote and respect the principles of the Code

3

Explain the 4 principles of the BCS Code of Conduct?

Public Interest - Have due regard for public health, privacy, security and well-being of others and the environment.

Professional Competence and Integrity - Only undertake to do work or provide a service that is within your professional competence.

Duty to Relevant Authority - Carry out your professional responsibilities with due care and diligence in accordance with the relevant authorities requirements whilst exercising your professional judgement at all times.

Duty to the Profession - Accept your personal duty to uphold the reputation of the profession and not take action which cold bring the profession into disrepute

4

Explain the 4 principles of the (ICS)^2 Code of Ethics?

Protect society, the common good, necessary public trust and confidence and the infrastructure.

Act honorably, honestly, justly, responsibly, and legally.

Provide diligent and competent service to principals.

Advance and protect the profession.

5

How does ACM compare to the engineering ethics?

Examples of how the ACM compares with engineering ethics:

General Ethical Principles - Respect privacy and honor confidentiality

Professional Responsibilities - Perform work only in areas of competence

Professional Leadership Principles - Ensure that the public is the central concern during all professional computing work

6

How does BCS compare to the engineering ethics?

The BCS code has a regard for public health (Obligation to society)

Share ethics such as ensuring data being used is not disclosed else where

7

How does (ICS)^2 compare to the engineering ethics?

Acting honestly - Reporting staff members where the conduct has been abused

Acting responsibility - Acting in a professional manner whilst working

8

How does the ACM compare to the BCS?

Share the values of professional competence and only taking work on where it is within that competence.

9

How does the ACM compare to (ISC)2?

Share the values of treating each member of the team fairly.

10

How doe the BCS compare to (ISC)2?

Share the value in not injuring the staff, property or reputation of the profession