In response to growing customer expectations, increasing use of digital channels by our customers and the changing regulatory environment, Suncorp continues to strengthen its approach to managing data and invest in leading technologies to protect customers.
#Cyber security and financial crime
As the digital environment evolves, Suncorp continues to strengthen its protection capabilities from the threat of cyber and financial crime for our customers. We leverage world-class detection and prevention technologies in our dedicated Financial Crime and Anti-Money Laundering / Counter-Terrorism Financing systems.
Suncorp has invested in advanced data analytics and fraud detection technology to ensure we can intervene early and disrupt criminal activity before it impacts our customers. We also have policies and practices in place such as the Anti-Bribery & Corruption Policy for employees and investigation practices aligned to industry codes of practice.
Suncorp continues to support law enforcement and intelligence agencies in order to help address cybercrimes. We run ongoing employee and customer education programs on cyber security risks and work with community groups to support customers impacted by financial crimes and scams. Suncorp has invested in scam-intervention techniques to reduce the impact on our customers, including enhanced support for victims of identity theft.
Suncorp supports reforms to strengthen online privacy protections by enhancing choice and control for our customers.
In FY22, Suncorp made seven reports and Suncorp partners made six reports to the Office of the Australian Information Commission (OAIC) under the Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme. Each data breach is treated seriously, and we continue to invest in training and technology to prevent any future data breaches.
#Data governance and ethics
Data is a strategic asset for Suncorp and a critical enabler of our strategy. The Suncorp Data Governance framework defines the key principles, capabilities and processes for governing critical data.
The Group Data Council governs data ownership and accountability across Suncorp and acts as an escalation point for data-related decisions.