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Serco is committed

to protecting and preserving human, information and physical assets and resources


Integral to our business operations, future business opportunities and our reputation is that we safeguard the confidentiality, integrity and availability of our assets, people and information.  Effective security management protects the assets that are important to Serco, its staff and customers and meet the requirements of national legislation and good corporate governance.

Serco has appropriate strategies and processes to protect its physical, personnel and information assets from all threats, whether internal or external, deliberate or accidental.  This is delivered through documented security management systems that are established within the context of the organisation's overall business activities, the security risks it faces and compliance with legal and regulatory requirements.

Security objectives and targets are in place reflecting Serco's interests and those of our key stakeholders.  These are managed through a security structure with individuals identified at all levels of the organisation with responsibility to effectively manage security within Serco.

To effectively manage security the threats and vulnerabilities to physical assets, people and information are understood.  Controls are then implemented to manage this exposure.  Such controls, systems and procedures are appropriate and proportionate to assessed security risks.

Our commitment is defined in our policy statement.

Last Updated: 18 May 2015