TDT AG: The first router manufacturer with IT-Grundschutz certificate from the German Federal Office for Information Security

Whether the "IT Security made in Germany" seal or the "ISO 9001" standard - TDT AG, its products and services have already been certified as being of outstanding quality several times in the past by renowned testing centres.  
In 2017, the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) confirmed with a certificate that TDT completly fulfils the highest quality and security standards as a company.

"We are delighted that our work has been recognised by the highest authority. For us, the BSI certificate, which we are the first router manufacturer in the world to receive, is an incentive to continue optimising and living our performance standards and corporate values," to quote Michael Pickhardt, CEO of TDT AG. Since its establishment in 1978, the brand TDT has been synonmous with innovative and secure tele communication.

The awarding of the certificate was preceded by an in-depth review of the complete company by an auditor certified by the German Federal Office for Information Security. After confirmation of the necessary IT security measures and an information security management system, the certificate was issued.

"TDT AG has been awarded BSI certification in accordance with IT baseline protection as an entire company," explains Michael Pickhardt. "We had decided to keep our entire operation, from development to production and sales through to customer networks, continuously at the highest security level and to have it certified. Our partners also benefit from this as resellers, as they can offer their customers, such as companies and authorities, solutions and services that have been fully certified by the BSI in accordance with ISO 27001."

The German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) is the central, independent and neutral body for IT security issues. The BSI protects the German federal government's networks; however, it also addresses commercial and private providers and users of information technology.

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