We rely on security thought leaders, talented cyber analysts, cutting-edge technology, employee vigilance and innovative processes to defend against advanced cyber security threats.
Securing operations and infrastructure for ourselves, our customers and our supply chain also strengthens the stability and resilience of our hyper-connected society.
Essential systems such as transportation, energy and finance depend heavily on the digital infrastructures behind them.
These technologies have made society more connected and efficient, but also more vulnerable to cyber threats and attacks. We secure these digital infrastructures by protecting customer mission-sensitive data, employees’ personally identifiable information and our intellectual property using our Intelligence Driven Defense® approach to cyber security.
Our latest assessment of sustainability issues identified three prioritized factors for which we set goals: customer information system and network security, employee privacy and data protection, and protection of proprietary data and intellectual property.
core issue factors
Customer information systems and network security
Efforts to ensure that our products and processes capture, store, and transfer data in a secure manner that protects the privacy and security of customer information and prevents the likelihood of data fraud, loss, sabotage, and theft.
Employee privacy and data protection
Efforts to protect the privacy and data integrity of our employees and prevent likelihood of data fraud, loss, sabotage, and theft.
Protection of proprietary data and intellectual property
Efforts to ensure the protection of both company and supplier proprietary information to prevent likelihood of data fraud, loss, sabotage, and theft.