3 January 2022
On December 16, TÜV SÜD Korea announced to first issue an ISO/IEC 25051-based SQA (Software Quality Assurance) certification to MINTIT, an ICT (Information and Communications Technology) business, for its deletion software that performs the function of deleting personal information and data of Android phones. ISO/IEC 25051 is an international standard that measures software qualities including functional conformity, performance efficiency, and security.
Photo: Sung-Moon Ha (CEO of Mintit) and Jung-Wook Seo (Managing Director of TÜV SÜD Korea)
Mintit developed 'Mintit ATMs', artificial intelligence-based used-phone purchasing machines by which customers can sell their used phones and receive payment automatically. With TÜV SÜD Korea’s SQA certification, Mintit proved its excellence in personal information security that consumers are most concerned when it comes to used-phone trading.
Jung-Wook Seo, Managing Director of TÜV SÜD Korea, said, "This SQA certification for Mintit is meaningful, since it was first issued in South Korea through TÜV SÜD, a global third-party testing and certification company. This shows commitment of Mintit to lead the domestic second-hand trading market of mobile phone and to secure customers' personal information. TÜV SÜD’s SQA certification can help domestic software companies seeking to enter overseas market as well as minimising their software-related business risk and costs.”
Sung-Moon Ha, CEO of Mintit, said, "We’re glad to be recognized for our software quality through this TÜV SÜD certification. Beyond the level of simply deleting customer data, Mintit’s deletion technology entirely blocked data recovery-related problems.”
TÜV SÜD Korea provides software quality testing focused on functionality, usability, and data protection. It supports software manufacturers and developers to detect gaps between software applications and design-related processes in the early stage of design and take prompt and optimized measures such as authorized quality requirement execution.
Further information on ISO/IEC 25051-based software quality testing is available here.
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