The ISO 26262 ASIL-D certification obtained by Securyzr technology is a significant achievement for Secure-IC in addressing the critical security challenges faced by the automotive industry, in this case, Bus Authentication & Decryption. With ASIL-D compliance, Secure-IC meets rigorous requirements for safety integrity, providing automotive manufacturers and suppliers with a trusted and reliable safe and secure solution.
ASIL-D (Automotive Safety Integrity Level-D) is a safety classification used in the automotive industry to assess the functional safety of electronic systems. In an era where automotive systems are growing increasingly complex, and software and connectivity play pivotal roles, ASIL-D compliance has emerged as a critical benchmark for the industry. Secure-IC’s Securyzr addresses the unique challenges faced by automotive developers, offering a comprehensive suite of security measures that protect against potential vulnerabilities, failures, and malicious attacks.
Secure-IC’s Securyzr incorporates advanced techniques such as secure boot, secure communication protocols, fault detection mechanisms, and robust memory protection. These features ensure the integrity and reliability of automotive electronic systems, even in front of cyber threats or malfunctions.
To achieve ISO 26262 ASIL-D certification, Secure-IC engaged in a meticulous process following the ISO 26262 Safety Element out of Context (SEooC) development approach aligned with an accredited independent laboratory (assessment body): SGS-TÜV Saar.
“Certification and standard compliance have always been at the core of Secure-IC’s vision. The ISO 26262 ASIL-D certification of our Securyzr illustrates our commitment to the automotive industry” said Sylvain Guilley, Secure-IC’s CTO & co-founder.
“We are pleased to confirm that Secure-IC’s Securyzr Bus Authenticate & Decrypt has successfully undergone rigorous evaluation and attained ASIL-D certification. This certification showcases the platform’s adherence to the highest functional safety and cybersecurity standards in the automotive industry,” added Thomas Schürkmann, Marketing Manager at SGS-TÜV Saar.