We are delighted to announce that ZetaSafe has become a BCS Organisational member.
As outlined on the BCS website “Organisational Membership is designed to help organisations across all sectors find new and better ways to meet the challenges faced by IT professionals. Joining forces with BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT means you are part of a new wave of organisations determined to think beyond old IT practices, and embrace a much wider role in society.“
Chris Wiles, Ed Coles, Ian Selby, Wiz White and Ashley Russell have joined ZetaSafe Head of IT Systems, Costa Christodoulou, in becoming members of the BCS – The Chartered Institute for IT.
By becoming a BCS Organisational member, we commit to upholding the BCS Code of Conduct and adhering to the following societal values to ensure IT is good for society:
Prioritising Public Interest
We will place the interests of the public above those of personal, business or sectional interests.
The Enhancement of Quality of Life
We will strive to enhance the life of those affected by our work and share knowledge and understanding of IT in every sector of society.
We will be honest in our representation of skills, knowledge, services and products.
Competence and Integrity
We will work competently, diligently and with integrity for our stakeholders and for society.
We will uphold the reputation of the professional and will enhance the integrity of IT within society.
We will enhance and encourage professional development within our workplace and profession and seek out and observe best practice.
Who are the BCS?
BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, is committed to making IT good for society. They use the power of their network to bring about positive, tangible change. We champion the global IT profession and the interests of individuals, engaged in that profession, for the benefit of all.