Our computer systems and printed archives contain vital information and valuable assets. We must properly protect and secure them.
With digital technology, including mobile devices and smartphones, we should take particular care with passwords and logins, and when we use the Internet. We need to carefully manage the way we use our archiving and information storage systems. We must also accurately classify our information and dispose of it properly.
If you are intending to use a portable PC, laptop, mobile device or removable media outside our secure premises you must make sure it is properly encrypted. If in doubt, speak to your IT Department.
Keep it safe.
Classifying our documents and emails, based on the information they contain, is a vital part of information security at Serco. It helps to ensure every piece of information is stored, handled and shared in the right places with the right people.Read more
You need to understand our different classifications and select the right one for every document and email you create or change. It is your responsibility to know and understand the policy and guidelines for Information Privacy Classification.
Serco Restricted and Sensitive (SRS)
SRS is our highest classification. We use it ONLY for the most sensitive and valuable information, requiring the greatest level of security. SRS information must only be shared on a need to know basis and restricted to authorised personnel only.
Serco Business (SB)
SB should be used for our day-to-day business information that is generally available within our offices, systems and intranet, or when sharing relevant business information with intended third parties. Think carefully before sharing SB information outside of Serco as disclosure to the wrong people may cause unwanted exposure to the inner workings of our business and customers.
For more information visit:
Security Group Standard (Access - Serco Employees only)
Acceptable Use Group Standard
Data Protection Group Standard Operating Procedure (Access - Serco Employees only)