Toshiba Tec Group works on compliance activities while thoroughly observing laws and regulations, internal rules, and social customs on a global basis.

Information Security

We recognize all information including sales and technical data handled while carrying out our tasks as important property, and have established a basic policy to prevent and protect against inappropriate disclosure, leakage or improper use of such information. We define this policy in the Information Security section of the Toshiba Tec Standards of Conduct so that all executives and employees are fully informed. We also established a system and rules for information security management, and revise them in response to the changes in the social environment. The Shizuoka Business Center (Mishima and Ohito), where the design, development, and quality assurance sections are located, obtained the ISO/IEC 27001:2005 certification in fiscal 2007 and 2012, and updated to the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification in fiscal 2014.

In terms of technical measures, we are strengthening measures to protect the public server, in order to prevent cyber-attacks and other forms of unauthorized access from the outside, which are becoming more and more sophisticated year by year, as well as to avoid information leakage. We are also enhancing the monitoring of internal systems to enable a quick response in the event of a computer virus infection. Each division continuously makes improvements by voluntarily auditing the status of compliance with the internal rules. We provide education to all employees, including executives, employees, and employees dispatched from affiliated companies, in order to prevent accidents in handling information and widely disseminate the information security measures.