For this discussion, you are asked to consider whether ethical behavior can be a

For this discussion, you are asked to consider whether ethical behavior can be assured using the Personnel Security (PS) family of controls (as specified in NIST SP 800-53). Or is a Code of Ethics a better tool for promoting ethical behavior with respect to the use of information and information systems within a specific organization?
Write your response in the form of an opening statement for a debate. Pick one of the two positions below and construct a 3 to 5 paragraph argument for your position. Your argument will be strengthened by the use of authoritative sources and examples — this means you need to cite your sources and provide a list of references at the end of your posting.
Position #1 — a Code of Ethics is the stronger method for ensuring ethical behavior.
Position #2 — Implementation of Personnel Security Controls is the stronger method for ensuring employees act ethically.
Remember to submit your discussion response to the Turn It In for Discussions assignment folder. See the forum instructions for more information.
For your critiques, focus on providing suggestions for strengthening the original poster’s debate statement. Include at least three examples and/or content suggestions supported by your own readings (include citations and references for authoritative sources). For full credit, a total of two critiques and two additional responses or follow-up postings are required in addition to your main posting.
This are the readings and i sent the file for the first one since it might not open, let me know if you do not have access to the other readings.
Week 1 Readings:
Chapters 1 & 2 in the (ISC2) SSCP Systems Security Certified Practitioner Official Study Guide, 3rd Ed. Available from the UMGC online library (UMGC student login required).
Executive Summary and Chapter 2 in NIST SP 800-53 rev 5. Security and Privacy Controls for Information Systems and Organizations.
Review Section 3.14 Personnel Security in NIST SP 800-53 rev 5.
Review (ISC)2 Code of Ethics