ETSI EN 303 645 testing

Comply with ETSI EN 303 645 and ensure a degree of safety from cyber threats

Comply with ETSI EN 303 645 and ensure a degree of safety from cyber threats

Overview of Etsi en 303 645

Etsi en 303 645 testingETSI EN 303 645 brings together widely considered good practice in security for Internet-connected consumer devices into a set of high-level outcome-focused provisions. This standard was created to support all parties involved in the development and manufacture of consumer IoT (CIoT) devices with guidance on securing their products.

ETSI EN 303 645 is one of the first cohesive global standards for IoT cybersecurity; it presents an achievable, single target for manufacturers and IoT stakeholders to attain. It covers the security requirements for equipment, communications and personal data protection.  ETSI EN 303 645 also helps with consumer confidence in the security of everyday products that connect to the internet; it is an indicator that the product has met some cybersecurity standards to ensure a degree of safety from cyber threats.

Our ETSI EN 303 645 cybersecurity testing services

With years of expertise in both market-specific data regulations and the cyberthreat landscape, TÜV SÜD partners with customers worldwide to provide them with optimized information security testing solutions and information security certifications.

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We have a worldwide network of security testing centers where our experts are familiar with the cyber fraud and data privacy regulations in many different regions. Our cybersecurity expert team and senior experts play active roles in standardization committees and international industry activities, and understand latest industry development trends.

Cybersecurity and data protection are one of our core capabilities. From product design, manufacturing to operations, we provide you with intimate support at every step to reduce the cybersecurity and data privacy disclosure risk.

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Applicable products include:

  • Network equipment and consumer electronics
  • IoT gateways, base stations and hubs to which multiple devices connect
  • Consumer electronic robots
  • Smart home assistants
  • Wearable health trackers
  • Connected home automation and alarm systems
  • Connected household appliances, such as washing machines and fridges
  • Connected children's toys and baby monitors
  • Smart cameras, TVs and speakers

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