KDDI's Material Sustainability Issues: Cyber Security and Privacy Protection
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Cyber Security and Privacy Protection
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|Recent years have seen many incidents worldwide in which software virus infections caused by cyberattacks have led to leaks of important confidential information, which has become a major social issue.
The KDDI Group considers the personal information it retains for its customers and the business information it retains for its business partners to be extremely important assets that need to be managed with the strictest care.
KDDI is also working with its outsourcers, in particular the au shops, striving to ensure improved store operations, inspections and education.
KDDI is also a member of the Japan Smartphone Security Association (JSSEC), an outside body, and is engaged in activities to strengthen security through that organization.
From February 13 to February 28, 2018, KDDI Research participated in experiments conducted by Toshiba Tec Corporation for a standard data format for digital receipts and a digital receipt platform compatible with the API. The tests were conducted as part of the New Industry Model Creation Base Development Project for Promoting IoT, organized by the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI). The experiments were designed to examine the standard specification for digital receipts formulated by METI, and to test the usefulness of a standardized digital receipt platform in the retail store environment across different industries and formats.
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