"Everything that can be digitised will be digitised.“ That is how Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, described the essence of the fourth industrial revolution. Looking back, she was right. Digitalisation has not only given us computers, smartphones and the internet. It is also affecting production in factories, speeding up processes in logistics and providing more road safety.

That is, if everything works out as planned. Up to this day, the mission of the members of the TÜV Association mostly was to ensure safety, i.e. the functional safety of products and systems. Digitalisation has now added the aspect of cybersecurity to this mission.



AI Act: TÜV Association welcomes the EU Member States' approval


CRA: TÜV Association calls for more ambitious regulation


Franziska Weindauer becomes the new CEO of the TÜV AI.Lab


Cyber Resilience Act


Make AI regulation ambitious and future-proof


Recommendations for the AI Act trilogue negotiations


TÜV Cybersecurity Study 2023


Artificial intelligence: almost one in four uses ChatGPT


TÜV Association welcomes Machinery Products Regulation


AI moratorium letter illustrates need for political action


Consumers want smart home devices to be independently assessed


On the EU Commission proposal for a Cyber Resilience Act


Further tightening of the Cyber ​​Resilience Act required


Whitepaper "Towards Auditable AI Systems"


Log4Shell: Establish IT security management in companies


TÜV Association calls for test centres for AI


AI survey: Consumers call for tests marks


Testing AI with high risk for safety


Statement on the AI Act by the European Commission


TrustCenter: Remote Access to Vehicle Data


Cybersecurity in a Digital Railway System


Advanced vocational training requires funding and support


AI-based systems and products


Promote security in IoT

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Marc Fliehe

Director of Digitalisation and Cybersecurity

+49 30 760095-460