Shanghai (Gasgoo)- Huawei, a China-based world's leading provider of ICT devices, has obtained the highest Level 3 assessment in TISAX (Trusted Information Security Assessment Exchange) in one shot in Germany, according to a message from Xinsheng Huawei, an internal forum of the company. It has laid the foundation for the technology company to serve European automotive industry.
Founded in 2017 by the German Automobile Industry Association (VDA) and regulated by the European Network Exchange, TISAX is an automobile industry assessment of service providers’compliance with stringent information security requirements. It is also an exchange mechanism for the information security of enterprises and allows recognition of assessment results among the participants. In China, the TISAX certification is essential to become suppliers of such brands as Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche.
Since 2015, Huawei has forged partnership with a number of domestic automakers, such as the state-owned companies SAIC, BAIC, FAW, and privately-held ones Great Wall Motor and Geely. Some international automobile giants including Audi have also regarded the Shenzhen-headquartered company as their key partner.
Huawei can develop an ecosystem of sensors for intelligent-connected cars, such as LiDAR and millimeter-wave radar, according to the company. Besides, the company has set up a new business unit of intelligent vehicle solutions and Zheng Gang, the former CPC secretary and general manager of BAIC BJEV, is responsible for this arm as vice president (photo source: Huawei).
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