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Intellias Passes Trusted Information Security Assessment Exchange (TISAX) Certification

Intellias Passes Trusted Information Security Assessment Exchange (TISAX) Certification
Intellias has obtained a high protection level (AL 2) assessment from TISAX

In September 2021, Intellias, a global software engineering service provider and technology partner to world’s top automotive brands, obtained a Level 2 assessment in the Trusted Information Security Assessment Exchange (TISAX).

“We are proud and happy to have obtained this certification, thus confirming that Intellias is recognized as a trusted partner for the European automotive industry,” explains Oleksandr Odukha, Vice President of Automotive Delivery. “Information security in light of the rapidly advancing digitalization of the industry was always a top priority for Intellias. The TISAX assessment is a major step forward in ensuring information security for our partners.”

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The automotive industry initiated TISAX in 2017 to test the maturity of information security at potential partners and ensure compliance with minimum standards across the supply chain. The assessment is based on a questionnaire developed by the Information Security working group of the Association of the German Automotive Industry (VDA) and is based on ISO 27001. More and more OEMs are making TISAX certification a condition for cooperation.

Since 2015, Intellias has been part of numerous large-scale automotive projects developing human machine interface systems and various connected car features for leading European and North American technology companies. As a trusted partner to Fortune 500 enterprises and top-tier organizations like HERE Technologies, LG, and KIA, Intellias is obliged to guarantee the highest level of security in each project. Getting a high protection level (AL 2) TISAX certification ensures Intellias complies with all automotive industry standards.

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