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Module 2 introduces ethical considerations for clinical security work. Our look at ethics builds on the work of the Markulla Center for Applied Ethics, at Santa Clara University, and introduces a set of ethical considerations and norms specific to the work of Citizen Clinic. (For more information, see Citizen Clinic Code of Conduct.)
- Identify ethically significant harms in cybersecurity (and the Clinic)
- Identify ethical challenges in cybersecurity (and the Clinic)
- Understand best practices for cybersecurity ethics including the three components of informed consent
- Understand one’s mandate to regularly consider the ethics of their position and work
- See Course Readings for “Ethics and the Citizen Clinic Code of Conduct”
- Discuss and define disclosure, comprehension, and voluntary participation.
- Understand the effect of your institutional affiliation and positioning.
- Are you, your team, or your partner able to do this?
- Are you, your team, or your partner willing to do this?
- Do you, your team, or your partner have any conflicts of interest?
What should our Code of Ethics look like? (Vallor pg 48)
- Harassment and Discrimination
- Operational Security
Review and submit signed Code of Conduct.