1. Purpose

The purpose of this document is to specify and communicate the requirements for acceptable use of Orbit's systems and hardware. Following this policy is a requirement for all Orbit team members. Failing to comply with all or part of this policy can result in disciplinary actions up to and including termination.

Orbit is committed to protecting the privacy of our team members and our customers. No portion of this policy is intended to encroach on their rights. Orbit will always comply with applicable regulations in this regard.

This policy is structured in the following way:

2. Security Requirements for Laptops

2.1 Operating Systems for Orbit Laptops

For security purposes, only the following operating systems are approved for use on Orbit purchased laptops. Other operating systems, versions or a virtualisation of a laptop operating system used to access Orbit systems or services is not permitted, even when used as a "dumb terminal" with a remote connection to an approved OS.

2.2 Protection Against Malware

Malware (computer viruses, spyware and other forms of malicious code exploit) and vulnerabilities in software programs can cause loss and damage to information, software, and IT equipment. Orbit requires the use of anti-Malware software on every computer. Our current standard per operating system is:

You must ensure that: