Chinese EV maker Xpeng announced on Tuesday that it has obtained the ISO 27001 (Information Security Management System) and ISO 27701 (Privacy Protection Management System) certifications issued by the British Standards Institution (BSI), the renowned international standard certification institution.
The dual ISO 27001 and ISO 27701 certification demonstrates Xpeng’s full commitment to data and information security, and user privacy protection issues.
The BSI certifications cover an extensive scope, including clean-energy vehicle design, research and development, manufacturing, sales and supporting services such as charging, financial services, customer services. The certifications also cover internet-connected vehicle services (Xmart OS) and advanced driver assistance systems (XPILOT), management platform design, development and, finally, maintenance services for Xpeng’s products and systems for the Chinese market.
Xpeng’s established systems and networks already feature triple-layer data security firewalls, artificial intelligence-powered cloud-based mobile data security functions and arw supported by encrypted, high-performance security chips.
In November this year, Xpeng unveiled its flagship G9 smart SUV, which was built according to both C-NCAP and E-NCAP 5-star safety design standards, and the stringent EU WVTA vehicle certification standards. In line with Xpeng’s drive for greener, safer and more sustainable mobility, the G9 meets the requirements for EU 3R certification, an international benchmark for environmental protection requirements, with a reusability rate of over 85%, and a recyclable rate of over 95%.