You must keep confidential information safe and make sure it does not get into the wrong hands.
Information is confidential if it has value to Serco and is not publicly available. You might also obtain confidential information from our employees, customers, partners and others.
There are many kinds of confidential information. Some examples are: information about finances, business plans or practices, marketing plans, pricing policies, specifications, systems, relationships, costs, strategies, information about employees, customers, partners or third parties, agreements, and intellectual property such as technical information, innovations, improvements, know how and trade secrets.
Take particular care online and when using social media, when you are carrying confidential information on portable or mobile devices, and if you are in a public place and other people could overhear your conversation or see your documents or screen.
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Data Protection Group Standard Operating Procedure (Access - Serco Employees only)Read less