"TISAX---Information security assessment of automotive supply chain"
TISAX has become the general information security capability requirement of German automotive industry. From OEM to traditional parts suppliers and more extensive partners such as automatic driving and intelligence mobility, the whole industry chain follows the same information security standard (VDA-ISA), and obtains the corresponding TISAX Label through the third-party audit report, which not only protects the key information assets and core IPs of OEMs and suppliers, but also helps enterprises establish continuous cyber governance capabilities. Nearly 100 enterprises have passed this strict assessment in China, which will help the whole industry to realize the comprehensive cyber security governance, from ISMS to CSMS, from enterprise management to the life cycle of its product & service.
Frank Wu, Associate Director of KPMG China
Bio: As the Associate Director in Cyber services of KPMG China, Frank has more than 15 years' experience in cyber security. Participated in national and industrial information security policies and standards for a long time, he has a profound understanding and rich consulting achievements in ISO27001, ISO21434 and other cyber standards, and China cyber security law, MLPS as well. Since TISAX became an industry mandatory audit requirement in 2017, Frank has been responsible for KPMG's TISAX audit business in China and has helped 50+ enterprises successfully passed TISAX assessment.