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Atlassian is now TISAX Certified!


Atlassian is Level 2 Trusted Information Security Assessment Exchange (TISAX) certified!

This is a great achievement to enable our automotive clients in Deutschland (Germany) (D), Austria (A), and Confœderatio Helvetica (Switzerland) (CH) (also known as DACH region) to use our cloud product offerings.


What is TISAX?

TISAX is a security standard created in 2017 by the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA) in 2017 to ensure a base level of information and cyber security in the European auto industry. Governed by the ENX Network, there are three levels to TISAX, and Atlassian is now Level 2 certified for information with high protection needs. TISAX requirements directly map to ISO27001 controls, which we are audited against every year. The TISAX assessment takes place once every three years.


How does this help us with our cloud goals?

By achieving TISAX compliance, our automotive customers in the DACH region can have greater confidence in the security of our cloud environment. Furthermore, since this is a common standard in the industry, it provides regulators with greater assurance regarding our customers' use of our cloud products.


Where can I access this report?

Great news! Our public Compliance Resource Center has been updated to reflect our TISAX compliance achievement. Head to


Have questions? Contact our Atlassian Support.



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June 3, 2024

Huge congrats to Atlassian on getting TISAX certified! It's such a big deal, especially for our automotive friends in the DACH region. Knowing that our cloud offerings meet such stringent security standards like TISAX gives me peace of mind.

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The fact that it aligns with ISO27001 controls and gets assessed regularly is a big win in my book. And let's talk about how this plays into our cloud goals – it's not just about ticking boxes, it's about building trust. With TISAX compliance, we're telling our customers, "Hey, we've got your back when it comes to security." And that's priceless, especially in an industry where data protection is top priority. Oh, and did you know that TISAX requirements directly map to ISO27001 controls? It's like a double layer of assurance! Plus, I'm curious if Atlassian has considered nist csf certification support to further bolster their security framework. Integrating NIST CSF could be another great step in ensuring our cloud environment stays top-notch.

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