McAfee expects all McAfee employees and suppliers to comply with our Code of Conduct and ethical expectations, regardless of local business practices or social customs.
Our core business philosophy is to conduct business with uncompromising integrity and professionalism. This includes:
- Strict compliance with the law
- Respect for competition
- No actual or perceived conflicts of interests
McAfee expects its suppliers to meet its ethics expectations. Suppliers must:
- Comply with McAfee’s ethical expectations and the Electronics Industry Supply Chain Code of Conduct
- Ensure that any current or new employees who interact with McAfee understand the expectations for doing business with McAfee. Train your employees on McAfee’s ethics expectations and ensure they follow them.
We take corporate governance and business ethics seriously. Learn more about our corporate governance, policies, and guidelines.
The Code of Conduct serves as a compass for our employees, directors, and business partners to consistently act with uncompromising integrity as we build trusted relationships around the world. Read the Code of Conduct.
Suppliers are expected to adhere and agree to comply with all applicable anti-bribery and anti-corruption laws, including but not limited to, the United States Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”), as outlined in our Code of Conduct. Read our McAfee Anti-Corruption for Third Parties.
Reporting an Ethics Concern
Suppliers are expected to report concerns regarding ethical issues or violations of our Code of Conduct.
- By McAfee employee(s)
- By their own employees
- By another supplier
Learn more about reporting an ethical concern.