The TISAX Audit is a crucial process for assessing and enhancing information security, ensuring compliance with automotive industry requirements. It helps increase data protection, minimize operational risk, and build business trust.

Introduction to TISAX Audit

The TISAX Audit (Trusted Information Security Assessment Exchange) serves to comprehensively assess information security in your company. This process includes risk analysis, security procedure reviews, and compliance tests with TISAX requirements. The goal of the audit is to ensure that the company meets the high information security standards required by the automotive industry, contributing to enhanced data protection and compliance with industry regulations.

TISAX Regulations

TISAX is a standard developed by the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA) aimed at enhancing information security in the automotive industry. This standard outlines requirements for information security management, obligating companies to implement robust digital risk management frameworks.

Scope of the TISAX Audit:

1. Preparation for TISAX Audit:

  • Analysis of the current state of information security in the company.
  • Identification of gaps and areas needing improvement.
  • Development of corrective action plans.

2. Conducting the TISAX Audit:

  • Comprehensive audit in line with TISAX guidelines.
  • Evaluation of security policies, procedures, and practices.
  • Verification of compliance with TISAX requirements.

3. Audit Report Presentation:

  • Preparation of a detailed audit report, containing assessment results and recommendations for further actions.

Benefits of the TISAX Audit:

Increased Information Security: Improving data and system protection against cyberattacks by identifying and addressing weaknesses.

Minimized Operational Risk: Reducing the risk of operational disruptions by better preparing for potential threats.

TISAX Compliance: Ensuring adherence to legal regulations and automotive industry requirements, enhancing the company’s credibility in the market.

Contact us to learn more about the TISAX audit process and how we can help your company achieve compliance with this standard.