Tuesday, January 19, 2021

atsec is recognized as a NESAS Security Test Laboratory to perform Security Evaluation of Telecommunication Equipment

The GSMA (Global System for Mobile Communications) organization recognizes atsec's ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation that now allows network product evaluations against NESAS Security Assurance Specifications (SCAS).

The NESAS scheme is a collaboration and jointly led by 3GPP and the GSMA, and is open to all vendors of network equipment products that support 3GPP defined functions. NESAS has been developed to strengthen the level of security in 5G and LTE networks following established best practices and schemes that provide security assurance.

NESAS defines security requirements and an assessment framework for secure product development and product lifecycle processes, as well as testing requirements using 3GPP defined security test cases for the security evaluation of network equipment.

atsec is the first laboratory that can perform security assessments of the development and product lifecycle processes, as well as security evaluations of network equipment.

“NESAS accreditation and GSMA recognition allows us to provide a one-stop shop service to our customers. We have performed numerous security assessments of the development and product lifecycle process, and we are now able to offer network product evaluations against NESAS SCAS. We are looking forward to start working with our existing and new customers on security evaluations of their network equipment”, says Rasma Araby, COO and Laboratory Director at atsec AB.

atsec’s ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation scope is unique and includes all NESAS Security Assurance Specification currently listed on GSMA NESAS website. It allows security evaluations of various 5G and LTE network components and functions.

atsec offers this service globally through atsec AB in Stockholm, Sweden.

atsec also offers other security assessment, testing and evaluation services. Information about our services is available in our service portfolio.

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