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Autodesk is investing in security and making it a focus across the company. Security is a priority for our business and for our customers – and we’re increasingly being asked by our customers how we’re prioritizing security as a company, in our products, our services, and in our culture. The expanding threat landscape has helped inform our efforts to take a risk-based approach to directly address potential and actual threats in a coordinated manner. Our approach continuously monitors security threats and rapidly addresses incidents through our incident response process.
Autodesk is providing our customers with the most convenient and cost-effective way to access our latest tools through services in the cloud. This product evolution requires an evolution of our security controls and practices to work with our customers to prevent security threats. This is a two way street and requires close partnership between our security team and our customers’ technical and security infrastructure. Information security would not be possible without significant coordination between Autodesk and its customers to best minimize the impact of serious incidents.
Autodesk’s Trust Center was launched to achieve five major objectives:
The way we design and make things is changing. Every industry is being disrupted by changes in production, demand and products. As the industries we serve evolve, Autodesk believes it is important to tell our customers about the evolution of our security capabilities as we are growing and expanding use of the cloud and subscription software. Autodesk’s goal is to build a culture and focus on security at Autodesk, and we continue to mature our security organization as we work with our customers to proactively respond to information security threats. Information will continuously be updated on the Trust Center site to provide transparency into the programs, processes, and activities Autodesk is performing to build an overall culture of security to serve our customers.