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Information Security

To ensure the proper handling of confidential and personal information, we established and have implemented regulations on information management. We have also strengthened our information security system by providing education and training to all Group companies and by operating a CSIRT*1, a response team for information security incidents such as information leaks. In October 2022, we obtained ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification*2 for our information security management system.
More aggressive regulations to protect personal information are in effect worldwide, and we are implementing necessary measures such as employee training in response to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (Europe) and California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) (United States). In Japan, we are strengthening our efforts to protect personal information and have been certified with JIS Q 15001 (personal information protection) and Privacy Mark since 2018.

  • *1 Computer Security Incident Response Team
  • *2 Scope of certification: EIZO Corporation and EIZO Support Network Corporation

Information Security Basic Policy

Established on May 19, 2022

The EIZO Group recognizes that it has a social responsibility to protect information and related assets collected through our business activities (hereinafter collectively referred to as "information assets") from various information security threats and to manage them appropriately.
We will comply with the following to ensure information security in order to live up to the trust of all stakeholders involved in our business.

  1. We shall establish a management system to maintain information security and properly manage information assets. In addition, we shall set, implement, and evaluate information security objectives and continuously improve the management system.
  2. We shall establish internal rules based on this basic policy and implement information security measures in accordance with these rules. We shall continuously evaluate and improve the effectiveness of our information security measures.
  3. We shall take organizational, technical, personnel, and physical measures appropriate to the information assets to prevent information security incidents such as leakage, falsification, loss/theft, and destruction of information assets. In the event of an accident, we shall respond promptly and appropriately, investigate and analyze the cause of the accident, and take measures to prevent recurrence.
  4. We shall comply with laws, regulations, codes, guidelines, and contractual obligations related to information security
  5. We shall provide regular and continuous education on information security to employees to ensure that they are fully aware of the importance of information security and appropriate information management.

Mr. Kiyotaka Hira
Operating Officer
General Affairs