UL Cybersecurity Assurance Program (CAP)

Securing Software in Physical Devices

The UL Cybersecurity Assurance Program (UL CAP) is an independent third-party testing and certification program through UL specific to network-connectable products and software components. It includes industrial control systems (ICS), medical devices, in-vehicle software systems and other IoT devices. 

Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP)

Department of Homeland Security enlisted UL and other industry partners to develop a Cybersecurity Assurance Program to test and certify networked devices within the Internet of Things.

New UL2900 Certification

This new certification program verifies product compliance with UL2900, a series of standards developed by UL with input from industry stakeholders, including Synopsys. UL2900 validates that a product offers a reasonable level of protection against cybersecurity risks that may result in unintended or unauthorized access, change or disruption.

How to prepare for UL CAP certification

Software security testing tools from Synopsys are designated for use in the UL Cybersecurity Assurance Program. Device manufacturers and component suppliers can proactively prepare for UL CAP certification by using the same tools as UL. Find out how Synopsys can help your organization prepare for UL CAP certification.