TCL first TV brand to achieve ETSI cybersecurity standard

TCL Electronics has received the TÜV Rheinland Privacy By Design logo, which confirms its fulfilment to cybersecurity standard ETSI EN 303 645.

TCL Electronics has received the TÜV Rheinland /Privacy By Design logo, which confirms its fulfilment to cybersecurity standard ETSI EN 303 645. It is the first globally applicable standard designed to encourage a security baseline for consumer IoT devices. 

TCL is the first batch of TV brands to pass the TÜV Rheinland test based on the ETSI EN 303 645. 

ETSI EN 303 645 specifies 13 provisions for the security of internet-connected consumer devices. The EN standard is designed to prevent the large-scale, prevalent threats to smart devices that cybersecurity experts see every day. The standard describes building security into internet-connected products at the design stage and also provides a basis for future IoT schemes.

Kevin Wang, CEO of TCL Electronics says: "TCL is proud to be one of the first TV brands to receive the TÜV Rheinland protected privacy logo, for our TV. This is a confirmation from a respected independent third-party organisation that TCL fulfils the requirement of ETSI EN 303 645."

A representative from TÜV Rheinland adds: "Many consumer IoT devices and their associated services process and store personal data, the EN 303 645 standard can help in ensuring that these are compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation, security by design. The issuance of this logo confirms that TCL has met the requirements of the ETSI EN 303 645 standard in terms of network security and privacy protection and reaches the cyber security baseline level stipulated by the standard."

About TCL Electronics

TCL is a fast-growing consumer electronics company and leading player in the global TV industry. Founded in 1981, it now operates in over 160 markets globally. According to Sigmaintell, TCL ranked second in the global TV market in terms of sales volume in 2019. TCL specialises in the research, development and manufacturing of consumer electronics products ranging from TVs, audio and smart home products.


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