WELCOME TO ENX ASSOCIATION
2024-01-02 ENX Network
At the 1999 International Motor Show in Frankfurt - even before the ENX Association was founded as the sponsor of the future standard - the French and German predecessor projects at the French Association GALIA and the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA) piloted the first international and cross-provider connections to car manufacturers - including Mercedes-Benz and Renault.
With the December 2023 Update, we introduced some new features that you might be interested in:
- Contact your audit provider directly from the ENX portal.
- Duplicate your TISAX Scope when you need to do your next assessment.
- See in which Scopes each location is used.
- New subpage: My assessed Location.
- New subpage: My assessments Timeline.
- Request to merge your company with another one.
- Roles in the portal.
- Inform us on your company size.
Find more in the full news article.
Data security is one of the decisive parameters in vehicle development. The mobility technology company AVL Software and Functions, based in Germany, has now proven once again that it fully fulfils the IT security standards of the automotive industry. With the new ENX Vehicle Cybersecurity (VCS) certification, AVL is one of the first companies to receive the label following a successful audit.
The feasibility of a Vehicle Cyber Security (VCS) Audit was successfully proven in a project conducted until 12 October 2023. Following the recommendations of the project group, which has worked on the VCS audit scheme over the last two years, ENX Association is entering into preparation of phase 2 of the development, making audits available to more participants.
The ENX VCS (Vehicle Cybersecurity Audit Scheme) is aimed at automotive suppliers, who are concerned with development or production, or maintenance of electrical and electronic systems for road vehicles. The audit scheme offers standardized CSMS (Cybersecurity management system) audits by implementing the ISO/PAS 5112 in the context of the ISO/SAE 21434 and leveraging the existing and established audit framework of ENX Association.
Together with ISA version 6 becoming effective, we are going to also implement some changes to TISAX Assessment Objectives and the respective TISAX Labels. This affects the existing “Info High” and “Info Very High” labels. The changes for these “Info” labels follow the path already laid out described in the article New TISAX labels for availability.
In the beginning of the year, ENX has introduced new labels for availability to TISAX. This was the beginning of a split of the “Info” (“Info High” and “Info Very High”) labels. With the release of ISA 6 we will now conclude the split and introduce “Confidential” and “Strictly Confidential” as the logical addition to the already existing “availability” labels.
These new Labels will become mandatory for all new TISAX Assessments that are ordered after April 1st 2024. Assessments that have been started according to the old...