The global COVID-19 pandemic has challenged all of us to live and work differently. As we have been urged to keep social distancing to prevent the spread of coronavirus, many of us are feeling frustrated at being unable to enjoy simple things in life. I hope the coronavirus will be eradicated as soon as possible. However, some people consider that we need to learn to live with coronavirus while navigating “the new normal.”
Looking back over the past one year, we have utilized various forms of digital services more extensively than ever before. Connecting with people remotely is becoming increasingly the norm for us in all spheres of life as we interact with people via social media, do shopping online without going out, use home delivery services, take online classes, and telework most days of the week. When viewed from a different perspective, this situation is advantageous to those who are using the Internet for criminal purposes. It is therefore necessary to enhance the security of the cyberspace in order to protect society from cybercrime.
Engaged in the energy, social infrastructure, electronic device, and digital solution businesses, Toshiba Group is currently committed to transforming into an infrastructure service company that supports people’s lives. Toshiba Group possesses extensive experience and expertise in monozukuri—the art, science, and craft of making things—cultivated for 145 years since its founding in 1875. By leveraging such experience and expertise, we would like to deliver safety and security not only in the physical world but also in a remotely connected world.
The purpose of this website is to provide our customers, shareholders, suppliers, and other stakeholders with information about Toshiba Group’s initiatives to enhance cybersecurity. We hope this website will allay any security concerns you may have so that you will select Toshiba’s products and services with confidence.
* CISO: Chief Information Security Officer