ISO 27001 vs TISAX vs TPISR: Which Cybersecurity Standard is Right for You

ISO 27001 vs TISAX vs TPISR: Which Cybersecurity Standard is Right for You?

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Protecting consumer data has become a top priority for businesses across industries, and complying with regulatory standards is a critical part of this. Three notable examples of such regulations are ISO 27001, TISAX, and TPISR.

In a world where cybersecurity is crucial for businesses in every industry, choosing the right set of guidelines to follow can be challenging. ISO 27001, TISAX, and TPISR are three well-known regulatory standards that companies can use to govern their information security processes and protect consumer data. While there is some overlap between these standards, they also differ in significant ways. In this whitepaper, we will examine each group of guidelines, explore their similarities and differences, and help you determine which standard is right for your organization.

ISO 27001 is the industry shorthand for ISO/IEC 27001, which establishes minimum requirements and best practices for corporate information security management systems (ISMS). Companies around the world use ISO 27001 as a foundation for building risk management processes that cover people, processes, and IT systems. The standard is critical for businesses that hold sensitive information, including those in the automotive, energy, finance and insurance, and health sectors, among others.

TISAX, or Trusted Information Security Assessment Exchange, is a cybersecurity assessment framework developed by the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA) to ensure a baseline level of information security among companies in the automotive supply chain. It was based on ISO/IEC standards but focuses its guidance on ensuring data and prototype protection for the automotive industry. TISAX is becoming increasingly common for foreign business partners of EU auto industry players to seek its certification.

TPISR, or Third Party Information Security Reports, is a set of guidelines developed by the Automotive Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Auto-ISAC) for managing information security risk across the automotive supply chain. TPISR is aimed at streamlining the exchange of information related to cybersecurity risk management between companies in the supply chain.

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In this whitepaper, you'll learn:

  • The major differences between ISO 27001, TISAX, and TPISR
  • The industries that each standard is critical for
  • The assessment process for each standard
  • The benefits of achieving certification
  • The steps needed to establish and uphold ISO 27001 certification

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