Evidence Of Competence Management Along the ISO/SAE 21434
Building and proving knowledge and competencies around automotive cybersecurity is not only a prerequisite for successful implementation in development, but is also explicitly required by the ISO/SAE 21434. In this video learning course, we address these requirements in detail. Learn how competence management can be achieved according to the standard. In addition, you will learn what the so-called cybersecurity culture covers and what impact it has on the core business.
Learn why competence management can’t be ignored and how to achieve it
While cybersecurity has been an indisputable discipline in other industries, it is still emerging in the automotive sector. Lack of awareness, know-how, and practical skills become a competitive disadvantage: those who cannot meet organizational-level cybersecurity obligations lose business.
Today, automotive cybersecurity competence management is not only required for the development of cyber resilient vehicles, but it is also a specified requirement of the ISO/SAE standard 21434. So, what is it all about?
In this video course, “Competence Management,” we go over what exactly ISO/SAE 21434 requires and provide actionable recommendations to comply with the automotive cybersecurity standard. First, we will explain which competences in professionals who are involved in cybersecurity are desired by the standard. Next, we will give actionable recommendations on how you can achieve cybersecurity competence and fulfill the requirements. At last, we will also highlight the consequences if competence management is ignored.
Learn about Competence Management ISO/SAE 21434 requirements and more relevant topics with the new ISO/SAE 21434:2021 Workbook – officially licensed by ISO
The CYRES Consulting ISO/SAE 21434 Pocket Guide and The Essential Guide to ISO/SAE 21434 are followed by the now released ISO/SAE 21434:2021 Workbook, The new publication is designed to simplify practical work with the most important automotive cybersecurity standard and is the first ISO/SAE 21434:2021 Workbook. It will include:
- all work products (and corresponding requirements, recommendations and permissions) of ISO/SAE 21434:2021 (“First Edition”) – officially licensed by ISO
- Field-tested templates for key work products, such as TARA, Cybersecurity Plan, Item Definition, CIA, and more
- Expert interviews, background information, explanations with a practical perspective across the automotive value chain
The workbook is ready for ordering here and is available worldwide as a digital workbook (ebook / PDF).
Learn how to implement Competence Management as required by ISO/SAE 21434
Responsible for building automotive cybersecurity capacity at an organizational level
Organization-wide cybersecurity competence management and associated evidence of competence are indispensable. In this video course you will learn how existing knowledge can support to ensure competence management and comply with ISO/SAE 21434.
Project and quality managers who are responsible for implementing cybersecurity
In this video learning course, you will find out how important the correct handling of the requirements of a competence management acc. to ISO/SAE 21434 is for cybersecurity as well as for product quality. Learn why competence management is so indispensable.
Competence Management along the ISO/SAE 21434 – Video course content
During the introduction, you will learn why cybersecurity competence is becoming an increasingly essential topic in the automotive industry and what this video course learning objectives are.
II. Competence management according to ISO/SAE 21434
Here we will introduce what the ISO/SAE 21434 requires regarding competence management and to what extent is competence and awareness needed. We will also introduce examples of desired competencies at the process and organizational level and what the resulting work product as evidence of competence management can be achieved at each level.
During this section, you will get actionable recommendations to implement and ensure competence management, as well as what negative impact is when failing to implement it according to the standard.
IV. Summary and Outro
In this short part, we briefly summarize what you have learned in this Automotive Cybersecurity Competence Management video course.