Basic Information Security Policy

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NetSTAR Inc. is striving to offer the world's premier filtering technology and expertise and thus create an environment in which people worldwide can use the Internet securely and efficiently.
As part of this mission, NetSTAR considers the secure operational management and protection of all the information assets that it possesses to be one of its paramount business challenges.
With a view to surmounting this business challenge, NetSTAR has formulated its basic information security policy as detailed below, and is committed to its implementation and promotion.

1. Scope of protected information assets

All information that NetSTAR obtains or learns in the course of its business activities, or that it retains in the course of its operations, falls within the scope of information assets that NetSTAR will safeguard.

2. Information security management system

In addition to establishing an information security committee (an umbrella organization for information security), NetSTAR will appoint a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and assign this officer the authority and responsibility for applying and enforcing this basic information security policy.

3. Security measures

Recognizing the importance of information assets, NetSTAR will provide appropriate protection from threats such as unauthorized access, loss, leakage, alteration, and damage. Furthermore, in the event of a security incident, NetSTAR will investigate its cause and rapidly implement countermeasures so as to minimize its effects.

4. Compliance

Cognizant of the laws and regulations that relate to information security and of the contractual requirements placed upon it, NetSTAR will aim to achieve thorough compliance by means of training and education.

5. On going improvement

By means of regular audits, NetSTAR will evaluate the suitability and effectiveness of its information security countermeasures, which are based on its basic information security policy, and continuously seek to improve them.

July 1, 2013
Daiji Koshiishi, President

Information security standards

On 20 March 2009, the entire NetSTAR company obtained ISO/IEC27001:2005 (JIS Q 27001:2006) certification—this being the international standard for information security management systems.

IS 544393 / ISO 27001:2005

[Summary of Certification]

Certified standard
ISO/IEC27001:2005(JIS Q 27001:2006)
Date of certification
March 20, 2009
Scope of certification
Service provider of URL filtering and the related solution
Statement of Applicability, issued on 17/Aug/2011 Ver.1
Certification agent
BSI Group Japan K.K.
Certification body
Japan Information Processing Development Corporation (JIPDEC)

The contents of this page started being listed on May 22,2009. Their last update date is Jul 1, 2013.