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ISO 27001 for information security

Taking responsibility has always been part of TA Triumph-Adler's corporate culture. For ourselves, for our own thoughts and actions - but also for our customers. We place this high demand on ourselves, but also on our partners. The issue of information security in particular plays an important role here.

Today, the security of information is a business-critical field for companies worldwide - especially customers from the public sector require corresponding certifications in tenders. As a holistic IT solutions provider, TA Triumph-Adler takes this issue very seriously. Information and information technology are indispensable for all our business processes and, particularly in times of increasing hacker attacks, the security of business secrets or personal data has the highest priority for us.

TA Triumph-Adler has therefore been working for years to continuously increase and improve information security in a holistic manner. As a result of its comprehensive commitment, TA Triumph-Adler has received ISO 27001 certification (information security management) from DEKRA for its sites in Bonn, Dortmund, Fellbach, Hamburg, Hamburg-Altenwerder, Mainz, Nuremberg and Schwerin. A significant milestone - as the company has been certified for the majority of its business areas. Irrespective of the certification, ISO 27001 is now implemented at all TA Triumph-Adler locations.

With the certification according to ISO 27001, TA Triumph-Adler has committed itself to maintaining and continuously improving its technical and organisational security measures in the future. These measures protect business-relevant information from abuse and from breaches of confidentiality, integrity and availability from the point of view of information security. From a data protection perspective, the measures support the protection goals of data minimisation, intervenability, transparency and non-chainability as well as the lawfulness of data processing. This applies in particular to information and personal data in relationships with customers, suppliers and partners as well as with authorities and other institutions.