Secura's Certificates - Licences to Operate

Secura maintains the highest quality standards for its services. On this page you will find our certifications/accreditations.



Product Certification



ISO 9001

Secura's quality management processes are described and certified according to ISO 9001. This means our services are consistent and meet criteria, such as adequate internal processes and a complaints and incidents process. ISO9001 is a globally accepted standard for quality management.

ISO 17025

ISO/IEC 17025 enables laboratories to demonstrate independence, work competently and generate valid results, promoting confidence in their work both nationally and globally. Secura's test labs are certified according to ISO17025:2017, which means our test reports give high confidence to our customers.

ISO 27001

ISO/IEC 27001 is the world's most recognized standard for information security management systems (ISMS) and their requirements. Within Secura, we use an integrated Quality & Security Management System (QSMS) certified against ISO27001:2013. The scope of this certificate covers the entire Secura organization. We can send our clients the management summary and Statement of Applicability (SoA) upon request.


Secura has CREST certification for penetration testing and vulnerability scanning. This means we now offer CREST-approved tests, especially for the foreign market. CREST is an independent, not-for-profit organization that sets professional standards for pen testing. It gives our customers assurance that certain quality requirements are met, including risk management, test coverage, reporting and security of your data.

CCV Pentesting License NL

Secura was the first pen testing company in the Netherlands to be certified according to the CCV quality mark. This pentest quality mark shows the expertise and certainty Secura has to offer. This quality mark is comparable to the CREST quality mark, but is aimed at the Dutch market.

UNECE R155/R156

This regulation concerns cybersecurity of vehicles (cars and trucks). RDW must approve all vehicles to be used on public roads, and must comply with UNECE R155 and R156 standards. This standard covers the cybersecurity of software updates and connected-car telemetry. The RDW officially recognizes Secura as a test lab for UNECE R155 and R156 evaluations under the E49 Approval Authority.


BSPA is a scheme set up and managed by the AIVD, aimed at the security needs of the Dutch government (and, exceptionally, also private organizations and the business community). Secura is a BSPA test lab supervised by the National Communications Security Agency.

Common Criteria

Common Criteria (CC) is one of the most well-known and internationally recognized certification programs for the evaluation of IT products. The evaluation and certification process is based on the CC standard, which contains clear requirements for the preparation and assessment of products in scope. Secura offers Common Criteria evaluation services under the Dutch CC scheme - NSCIB.

Private Investigation Bureau (POB)

To carry out digital forensic investigations, Secura has a POB license in accordance with the Private Security Organizations and Detective Agencies Act (WPBR) under number 1784. This guarantees, among other things, that personal data is securely handled and that forensic evidence produced by Secura is admissible. in criminal matters or legal proceedings.

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