We take our responsibility seriously - for society and the environment
At TDC NET, not only do we connect Danes with each other and the outside world, in order to ensure Denmark’s growth and development. As a leading provider of critical infrastructure we help all Danes take advantage of digitalisation every day, and we take responsibility for ensuring sustainable solutions now and in the future.
"Over the years, we have reduced the energy consumption in our network and data centres significantly, which has given us a good foundation for realising our ambition of being 100% CO2-neutral by 2030"
Andreas Pfisterer, CEO, TDC NET
Lower energy consumption and higher resource efficiency in data centres
TDC NET is currently creating the next generation of nationwide digital infrastructure with lightning fast networks for world-class secure connections for all of Denmark – all while we contribute to TDC’s goal of being 100% CO2 neutral by 2030.
WiFive – Strengthening the next generation’s digital skills and competencies
At TDC NET we connect Denmark. For everyone. As part of that we share the responsibility for ensuring that everyone, including the youngest, have positive experiences as they take part in online communities. Together with Danske Skoleelever we have developed the learning resource - WiFive.
Guidelines for partners
TDC NET has been a signatory to the UN Global Compact since 2009, and we take our commitment to conducting business in accordance with these principles very seriously. Our Partner Code of Conduct lays down the requirements for own employees, as well as suppliers regarding human rights, labour rights, environmental protection, anti-corruption, health and safety, data protection and security.
Security, privacy and data ethics
At TDC NET, we have a systematic approach to risk management and security, with regular assessments conducted both internally and by external parties, ongoing investments, control and management focus.
We comply with Danish and EU rules on data protection and privacy. However, since we do not consider them a sufficient basis for our work with data ethics, in 2019 we launched our own policy with 10 rules for handling personal data.