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This page contains our most frequently requested public facing documentation.  Users that have accepted our Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) may access confidential data such as ISO/IEC 27001 certifications, SOC reports and evidence of insurance on our Security Certifications page.


Business Continuity Management Program 

Veritas' Business Continuity Management Program is a key component of our business model.  The principle focus of the BCM Program is to identify actual and potential risks to business function resilience; mitigate those risks by ensuring respective business functions design, document and exervise business continuity strategies, then faciliate the execution of those strategies if these is a disruption to critical Veritas functions, while maintaining our ability to deliver services to our customers.


Code of Conduct

The Veritas Code of Conduct aligns our business practices with our values. Veritas is committed to conducting its business in an ethical and lawful manner. The reputation of Veritas is a valuable business asset, and ethical and legal conduct at all levels of our business is essential for our continued success.


Corporate Responsibility

Veritas considers the protection of information central to corporate responsibility in this digital age.  We conduct our business with a commitment to ethical operation, sound environmental management, and positive societal impact.


Incident Response Plan Summary

Veritas' Incident Response Plan defines and implements an operational framework including the processes, skills, and tools necessary for Veritas to timely detect, contain, investigate and report on cyber security incidents potentially impacting Veritas systems, networks, and data, including customer, partner or supplier information in Veritas' possession. The development and implementation of this forward-looking plan supports Veritas' ultimate mission to its customers, partners, shareholders and employees as a trusted leader in information security risk management.


Information Security Policy 

Veritas is committed to the protection of the company's information technology, brand, intellectual property, personal information and customer data from misuse or compromise.  This customer facing policy defines how Veritas protects its assets and reputation from threats associated with misuse or compromise of information/data.  This includes whether the threat is internal or external, deliberate or accidental in nature.


Internal Control Over Financial Reporting (Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX)) Program 

A company's internal control over financial reporting is a process designed to provide reasonable assurance regarding the reliability of financial reporting and the preparation of financial statements for external purposes in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).  While Veritas maintains effective internal control over financial reporting, as a privately held entity, Veritas does not report these results externally to the Security Exchange Commission (SEC).


Pandemic/Infectious Disease Program 

Veritas recognizes that a pandemic or infectious illness outbreak would pose a significant health risk to employees and could lead to the interruption of business. Veritas has been engaging in pandemic planning activities since early 2005 (as part of Symantec Corporation) and initiated the Pandemic Preparedness Program with a global team comprised of key business group leaders knowledgeable in company operations to address these risks and respond to the consequences of a pandemic/infectious outbreak.


Payment Card Industry (PCI) Attestation of Compliance

The PCI Data Security Standard (DSS) provides an actionable framework for developing a robust payment card data security process including prevention, detection and appropriate reaction to security incidents.  Veritas meets the criteria for a Level 4 Merchant.


Privacy Statement

Veritas' Privacy Statement describes the types of information we collect via Veritas' web sites, how we may use that information and with whom we may share it. Our Privacy Statement also describes the measures we take to protect the security of the information. We also tell you how you may contact us to update your information, remove your name from our mailing lists or get answers to questions you may have about our privacy practices at Veritas.


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