Information Security Policy

TMJ, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as “Company”) to continues and to improve business operations entrusted by client companies by employing scientific and technological approaches and helped them to achieve customer business goals through excellence and professionalism.

The Company recognizes crucial management issues that have a serious bearing upon its existence by ensuring information security of information and information system (hereinafter referred to as “Information Assets”) necessary for achieving business goals.
The Company, as part of the Benesse Group, that shall provide a sense of security and trust to the client companies, and perform continuous and stable business management to strive for improving the corporate value of determining information security objectives and implementing information security management solutions based on the management philosophy of the Benesse Group.

All employees of the Company recognize the importance of information security and the Company has decided on the following basic policies for the protection of Information Assets.

  1. The Company shall plan and implement appropriate management measures from the point of view of confidentiality, integrity and availability in order to protect information that may seriously affect business activities.
    The Company shall designate confidential information on its client companies and its expertise, and personal information to its employees and end users as sensitive information, and shall devise ways in order to assure their security.
  2. The Company shall strictly abide by laws and regulations on information security and privacy protection, and adopt international norms in information security management based on the business development in several countries.
    The Company shall determine the type of information security regulations to ensure information security that reflect operational, legal and regulatory requirements, as well as information security obligations and punishment for violations based on contract."
  3. The information security environment is constantly changing. To accommodate these changes, the Company continues to make constant improvements on its management of information security. In addition, the Company recognizes that neglecting vulnerabilities in security increases the risk for the protection of information, so it will always exert efforts to deal with such problems.
  4. The Company, based on its recognition that deep understanding by all organization members on security management and their participation is essential, it holds appropriate education and training for all of its employees, together with its continued implementation of effective educational activities in order to check their level of understanding and raise their awareness.

Period

Enacted on: October 29, 2003
Revised on: February 1, 2016

TMJ, Inc.
President Hideki Maruyama