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ISACA
Accounting and Auditing Matters The unethical systematic recording and analysis of the business and financial transactions associated with generally accepted accounting practices. (Examples include: misstatement of revenues, misstatement of expenses, misstatement of assets, misapplications of GAAP principles, wrongful transactions.)
Conflict of Interest A conflict of interest is defined as a situation in which a person, such as a public official, an employee, or a professional, has a private or personal interest sufficient to appear to influence the objective exercise of his or her official duties. (Examples include: inappropriate vendor relations, bribery, misuse of confidential information, inappropriate customer relations)
Disclosure of Confidential Information Unauthorized and unlawful disclosure of corporately owned intellectual property or trade secrets, as well as employee, customer or consumer information, marketing and other corporate data bases, marketing plans, business proposals and strategies.
Discrimination or Harassment Uninvited and unwelcome verbal or physical conduct directed at an employee because of his or her sex, religion, ethnicity, or beliefs. (Examples include: bias in hiring, bias in assignments, wrongful termination, bias in promotions, bias in educational decisions, unfair compensation, inappropriate language).
Donor Stewardship Funds directed to the organization have not been handled with the utmost truthfulness or not used in accordance with the donorís intentions and wishes. Failure to provide due care with respect to the donor, and/or donation. Injury to the public trust.
Falsification of Contracts, Reports or Records Falsification of records consists of altering, fabricating, falsifying, or forging all or any part of a document, contract or record for the purpose of gaining an advantage, or misrepresenting the value of the document, contract or record.
Fraud Fraud is defined as questionable behaviors that compromise the integrity of ISACA exams and certifications that are awarded to individuals who have obtained them through education and experience in their appropriate discipline area. This fraudulent behavior can be in the form of cheating, proxy testing, posting or accessing test questions, suspicious activity, administrator misconduct and other means.
Misconduct or Inappropriate Behavior Intentional wrongdoing; specifically: deliberate violation of a law or standard.
Safety Failure of meeting requirements needed to perform all duties in a secure environment. Potential areas of harm. (Examples include: environmental damage, OSHA, EPA, supervisor directive, poor housekeeping). Violence is an expression of the intention to inflict evil, injury, or damage to a person or their property. (Examples include: direct, veiled, conditional, violent)
Theft The act of stealing; specifically: the felonious taking and removing of personal property with intent to deprive the rightful owner of it.
Violation of Human Resources Policies Willful or innocent actions that are in direct violation of company Human Resources policy, procedures, code of conduct, and/or implied contractual responsibilities. (Examples include: hiring standards, safety, Internet usage, corporate guidelines)
Violation of ISACA Policies or Legal Obligations Actions that violate ISACA's organization-wide policies that are not related to Human Resources or that violate applicable laws.