Information Technology is actively engaged in Superior’s commitment to sustainability in environment, economy, and surrounding community. Advancements include evolution of digital tools designed to better inform leaders on various impacts of their business decisions with real time data, increase in cloud computing leading to reduction of reliance on natural resources, and increased cybersecurity prevention, monitoring and detection to protect the intellectual property, business continuity and personal protection of sensitive data.
Superior continues to develop a risk conscious cybersecurity culture through policy development, employee education, and training. Superior’s information security team delivers robust and targeted cybersecurity training at least quarterly on various topics including ransomware, malware, password protocol, security hygiene and awareness of social engineering, as well as regular internal phishing campaigns to help train employees to identify suspicious activities. The Chief Information Officer briefs the Audit Committee of Superior’s Board of Directors quarterly and the Board of Directors annually on information security. Notably, Superior has not experienced any security breaches.