Business and Other Risks
12-1. Information Management
In order to safeguard the personal and confidential information of customers, business partners, and the Fujitsu Group itself, the Group has taken such measures as establishing strict regulations, instituting training programs for employees, upgrading its information infrastructure and providing consultation to business subcontractors. Nevertheless, the Group cannot guarantee that information will not be leaked. In the unlikely event that this should occur, trust in the Fujitsu Group could decline and the Group may be obligated to pay damages to customers whose information is leaked.
12-2. Cyber Security
The Fujitsu Group has a well-developed system in place to ensure the integrity and stable operation of critical in-house networks, which are a key element of our business infrastructure. However, the Group cannot guarantee the ability to prevent computer viruses, unauthorized access, including cyber attacks, or other disruptions from impeding network operations and leaking information.
12-3. Physical Security
The Fujitsu Group has established measures such as access control systems such as security cameras, security doors, etc., to defend against breaches of important data in the Group’s facilities owned or leased.
However, in spite of these acts, the Group cannot guarantee the ability to prevent all business interruption or data breaches caused by physical damage to the Group’s facilities.