NESAS Security Test Laboratories are security test laboratories that evaluate network products according to one or several 3GPP Security Assurance Specifications and any additional security requirements that may be defined by the GSMA.
In order to have sufficient confidence in a security test laboratory’s competence and capabilities, certain security requirements must be met. The overriding security requirement is that NESAS Security Test Laboratories must be ISO 17025 accredited to perform tests as defined in the 3GPP Security Assurance Specifications.
The GSMA recognises the competency of International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC) member accreditation bodies to assess and accredit security test laboratories. Security test laboratories that are deemed by an ILAC member to have satisfied the ISO 17025 and NESAS requirements, and that have been ISO 17025 accredited, will be considered to have achieved NESAS accreditation.
The security test laboratories listed below have provided to GSMA evidence of their ISO 17025 accreditation and are duly recognised by GSMA as being competent to undertake security evaluation of network products against relevant Security Assurance Specification (SCAS) documents.