StationGuard Receives IT Security Certificate from the BSI 


The German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) has awarded our intrusion detection system, StationGuard, with the Fixed-Time Cybersecurity Certification (BSZ). We are the first intrusion detection system to receive this certificate.

The BSZ certificate confirms the security performance of StationGuard and its compliance with the BSI's high cyber security requirements. The detailed certification report, including the successfully implemented security requirements, can be found on the official BSI website.

What does the BSI IT Security Certificate mean?

Customers around the world can rely on the highest quality and security of our solution. StationGuard fulfils the security functions required by the BSI, which have been confirmed by four test activities based on the planned procedure: 

  • Testing of installation documentation
  • Conformance testing
  • Penetration testing
  • Evaluation of the implementation of cryptographic algorithms.

The security performance of our system has thus been comprehensively tested and confirmed.

Effective intrusion detection and management: StationGuard and GridOps set new standards 

Regardless of the BSZ award, we continue to optimize our solutions to meet the needs of the energy industry. For example, GridOps provides you with an optimal management interface for the StationGuard sensors in the grid, allowing you to collect and immediately analyze all the data provided.

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