Modest Tree has achieved Level 2 TISAX (Trusted Information Security Assessment Exchange) certification to support and enhance the acceleration of immersive training for the automotive industry.

The TISAX standard was established in 2017 by the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA) based on ISO 27001 data and information security certification standards. Tailored specifically to the advanced security requirements of the automotive industry, TISAX is recognised internationally by automotive manufacturers and the entire supplier network, including industry leaders like Audi, BMW, Mercedes Benz, and Volkswagen.

TISAX certification recognizes Modest Tree’s processes for maintaining the secure exchange of sensitive automotive manufacturing data. The automotive supply chain is now able to access a security credential that enables them to readily adopt and rollout immersive technology solutions as part of their digitalization efforts.

TISAX is a recognized security level that is compatible across industry segments, allowing any supplier company to engage with Modest Tree’s advanced virtual and augmented reality services. This allows Modest Tree to meet current demand within the market — one that has been accelerated within many sectors, including automotive, as a result of COVID-19 — to adopt remote immersive solutions to support industrial training and product marketing.

With offices in North America and Europe and partnership connections to the German manufacturing industry through RENK AG, part of the Volkswagen Group of Companies, Modest Tree is positioned to make a strategic impact on the digitalization efforts of German as well as global automotive manufacturers.

“Modest Tree’s acquisition of the TISAX certification represents an important milestone for the automotive industry to leverage immersive technology in their operations,” states Sam Sannandeji, CEO of Modest Tree. “Modest Tree is now well-positioned to further accelerate the global use of immersive learning and marketing technologies across the automotive supply chain.”