Code of Ethics


  • We strive to be the reference standard for risk management services


  • Act honorably, honestly, justly, responsibly, and legally
  • Provide diligent and competent service in all engagements
  • Advance and protect the profession and the company

Core competencies

  • Work Life Learning acknowledges its focus and professional expertise in the following areas:
  • Information risk analysis, auditing, implementation and related executive advisory
  • Business education and corporate information security awareness
  • Information privacy and business continuity


  • In arriving at the following guidance, Informatica Corporation and
  • Work Life Learning are mindful of its responsibility to:
  • Engage in positive and just practices
  • Research, Teach, Identify and mentor new employees
  • Discourage behavior such as:
  • Raising unnecessary alarm, fear, uncertainty, or doubt
  • Giving unwarranted comfort or reassurance
  • Consenting to bad practice
  • Attaching weak systems to the public net
  • Associating or appearing to associate with criminals or criminal behavior
  • These objectives and the following mandates are provided for information only. Although
  • Work Life Learning is not legally required to agree with them, the company intensely strives to comply with each one in all situations.


  • The Code of Ethics of the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium drives the mandates of every Privacy Manager to:
  • Promote and preserve public trust and confidence in information and systems
  • Promote the understanding and acceptance of prudent information security measures
  • Preserve and strengthen the integrity of the public infrastructure
  • Discourage unsafe and unethical practices
  • Tell the truth; make all stakeholders aware of our actions on a timely basis
  • Observe all contracts and agreements, express or implied
  • Give prudent advice; avoid raising unnecessary alarm or giving unwarranted comfort
  • Take care to be truthful, objective, cautious, and within our competence
  • Provide diligent and competent service to principals
  • Preserve the value of client systems, applications, and information
  • Respect client trust and the privileges that they grant us
  • Avoid conflicts of interest or the appearance thereof
  • Advance and protect the profession
  • Take care not to injure the reputation of other professionals through malice or indifference
  • Avoid professional association with those whose practices or reputation might diminish the profession


  • The Code of Conduct of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers inspired the core values of professional conduct every Privacy Manager adheres to:
  • Accept responsibility for making decisions consistent with the safety, security, and privacy of client information assets
  • Avoid real or perceived conflicts of interest whenever possible, and to disclose them to affected parties when they do exist
  • Be honest and realistic in stating claims or estimates based on available data
  • Reject bribery, intimidation and fraud in all its forms;
  • Improve the understanding of information risk management, data protection & related compliance, their applications & potential consequences
  • Maintain and improve our professional competence and undertake  tasks for others only if qualified by training or experience, or after full disclosure of pertinent limitations
  • Seek, accept, and offer honest criticism of professional  work, to acknowledge and correct errors, and to credit properly the contributions of others
  • Treat fairly all parties and not engage in acts of discrimination, intimidation, retaliation, illegal surveillance or unethical conduct
  • Avoid injuring others, their property, reputation, or employment by false or malicious action
  • Assist colleagues and co-workers in their professional development and support them in following the
  • Work Life Learning code of ethics.