IT Policy

IT POLICY

Integrity Malaysia is committed to implementing and maintaining an Information Security Management System in accordance with the requirements of ISO 27001:2013.

Integrity Malaysia uses information in various forms, including stored, electronically transmitted, or paper-printed data which are created internally or received from external parties.

The Management of Integrity Malaysia is committed to:

  • Establishing information security goals at relevant functions within its organization,
  • Implementing information security risk assessments and risk treatment plans when required,
  • Maintaining a secure environment in controlling and processing information to prevent loss of confidentiality, integrity, and availability,
  • Conducting periodic reviews and continual improvement of the Information Security Management System,
  • Complying with applicable information security laws and regulations,
  • Implementing appropriate actions for information security violations

To achieve this, the policy is communicated to all employees and is made available on our websites for external parties to access.

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