In times of cybercrime, security threats against companies have increased. Thus, it is utmost crucial for us to safeguard confidentiality, integrity, and availability of business data, particularly personal data. For years, Infineon has met the lawful minimum requirements. On top of that, we operate a global information security management system (ISMS), which enables us to identify and systematically assess all potential IT risks in order to avoid or at least mitigate them. These risks may occur, if buildings, datacenters, networks, systems, and applications are inadequately secured.
Such risks are also associated when it comes to outsourcing of services or the use of cloud-based solutions. By conducting regular internal and external audits, we constantly review and optimize all relevant risk areas. As a result, we continuously improve our security standards and thereby strengthen customer and business partner trust.
An independent inspection authority certified our ISMS according to the world-wide accepted standard ISO/IEC 27001. This certificate globally covers all relevant corporate sectors, ranging from research and development, production and testing, logistics and sales of semiconductor components including corporate IT services. As the most important international standard, ISO/IEC 27001 defines proven procedures as well as best practices for the optimization of information security.