SEOUL — STRADVISION, an automotive industry pioneer in deep learning-based vision perception technology, has received the highest assessment level (AL3) of TISAX® (Trusted Information Security Assessment Exchange), covering the highest requirements of various assessment objectives.

TISAX’s assessment is an important information security entry permit for the German auto supply chain. It shows that STRADVISION has reached the optimal standard in the European automotive industry to provide safe and reliable services to original-equipment manufacturer (OEM) customers across the region and globally.

TISAX was jointly developed in 2017 by VDA (German Association of the Automotive Industry) and ENX (European Network Exchange) as an information security and exchange platform for the automotive industry.

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Based on the VDA’s information security assessment requirements in 2017, TISAX is committed to promoting automotive industry suppliers (including parts manufacturers, suppliers, and service providers) to meet the information security requirements of different relevant parties (particularly automakers). This ensures that TISAX’s assessment results can be recognized, exchanged, and trusted widely to reduce the high cost of repeated automaker inspections.

“STRADVISION’s OEM customers, especially in Europe, tend to require strict security-related standards when selecting parts suppliers,” STRADVISION COO and USA CEO Sunny Lee said. “This is especially true when considering the global standards and ESG framework by the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board. Our strategy is to expand our presence in global markets, including Europe, based on unique technology and top-notch security management capabilities.”

The assessment of STRADVISION was conducted on-site by DQS, a world-renowned TISAX assessment provider, who visited STRADVISION’s data center, development center, production center, and offices to observe multiple aspects of the company’s information security. This included information collection, storage, and processing, as well as work equipment, IT systems, and related contractors.

Through the strict audit process, STRADVISION obtained the top level of TISAX labeling, including a “Very High” capability of handling information with high protection needs. The achievement for STRADVISION follows their prior obtaining of ISO information security management system certification (ISO/IEC 27001:2013), and demonstrates that STRADVISION’s information security management system has met the optimal requirements of the European automotive industry.

STRADVISION also recently became a member of both the VDA and CLEPA (European Association of Automotive Suppliers) and has opened new offices in Friedrichshafen and Dusseldorf, Germany. In addition, the company’s proprietary SVNet software was once again selected as the ‘Best-in-Class Software for Perception Systems’ during the 2022 AutoSens Awards in Brussels, Belgium.


Mike Geylin
Mike Geylin

Mike Geylin is the Editor-in-Chief at Hagman Media. Geylin has been in automotive communications for five decades working in all aspects of the industry from OEM to supplier to motorsports as well as reporting for both newspapers and magazines on the industry.