Our Security Standards: ISO 27001

TYNET USA HOLDINGS CO. (“TYNET ONLINE”) takes your security very seriously. Assuring customer confidence, we take into consideration your
• Asset protection.
• Cyber security strategy.
• IT governance.
• incident management.
• threat mitigation.
• Downtime reduction.
• Loss minimization and prevention.

WHAT IS ISO 27001?

The standard provides a framework for an ISMS that enables the continued accessibility, confidentiality and integrity of information as well as legal compliance. Essential for protecting your most vital assets. Implementation is an ideal response to customer and legal requirements such as the Data Protection Act and potential security threats including:
• Cyber crime.
• Vandalism / terrorism.
• Fire.
• Misuse.
• Theft.
• Viral Attacks.

ISO 27001 is also structured to be compatible with other management systems standards for such as ISO 9001 and it is technology and vendor neutral, which means it is completely independent of any IT platform.


• Customer satisfaction. Give customers confidence that their personal information is protected and confidentiality upheld..
• Business continuity. Avoid downtime with management of risk, legal compliance and vigilance of future security issues and concerns..
• Legal compliance. Understand how statutory and regulatory requirements impact your organization and its customers.
• Improved stakeholder relationships. Improve the perception of your organization with staff, customers and suppliers.
• Improved risk management. Ensure customer records, financial information and intellectual property are protected from loss, theft and damage through a systematic framework.
• Proven business credentials. Independent verification against recognized standards speaks volumes
• Open doors to win more business. Procurement specifications often require certification as a prerequisite for suppliers.


The industry landscape is always changing. These changes have impacts to your customer needs and require the evolution of your management system. Considerations include:
• Changing Regulatory Needs.
• Global Outsourcing.
• Evolving Customer Requirements.