Cybersecurity audit and assessments in Automotive
Learn relevant documents to conduct audit and assessments in the automotive industry.
All along the automotive value chain, audits and assessments play an important role in determining what is the status quo of the implementation of cybersecurity. In this video course, you will learn all about audits and assessments in general, and also get a first overview of documents such as ISO/PAS 5112 and A-SPICE for cybersecurity that support audits and assessments.
Ensuring compliance and cybersecurity with audits and assessments is a topic for the entire automotive value chain
For all organizations involved in vehicle manufacturing, whether at OEM level or Tier-N supplier level, fulfilling the ISO/SAE 21434 demands and providing evidence of achieved cybersecurity is a major topic. In this video course “Cybersecurity Audits and Assessments“, you will find comprehensive information regarding audits and assessments.
To introduce the topic of audits and assessments, we will first go over the costly consequences of neglecting compliance to ISO/SAE 21434 and explain the different aspects and scope between audits and assessments.
In the following section, you will get a deeper understanding on what an audit is, as well as about important factors to successfully audit organization processes. Additionally, you will get a first overview on how the ISO PAS 5112 and VDA QMC Automotive Cybersecurity Management System Audit can support on performing audits in your organization and across contractual partners. Since the UN Regulation No. 155 requires the establishment of a Cybersecurity Management System along the value chain, this information is relevant not only for OEMs (who are ultimately responsible), but also for suppliers involved in vehicle manufacturing.
On the second part of the video course, you will learn what cybersecurity assessments include, what you should consider to ensure an assessment is properly performed, and recommended approaches as to when you should perform cybersecurity assessments depending on your capabilities and product. You will also learn about the Automotive SPICE assessment, as the relevant assessment tool for the vehicle industry.
Finally, you will be provided with an overview of the most important standards and guidelines for cybersecurity audits and assessments in the automotive context.
Who Automotive cybersecurity audit and assessments video course is made for:
Quality assurance managers
It does not come as a surprise, as complying with ISO/SAE 21434 is the new quality dimension in automotive industry. Therefore, being aware of relevant audits and assessments is crucial to ensure a level of compliance to ISO/SAE 21434 is achieved.
Test and project managers greatly benefit from this video course as audits and assessments can be performed during the development phase and help determine compliance to ISO/SAE 21434 already from early stages and ensures corrections are made on time.
Automotive Cybersecurity Audits and Assessments – Video course content
Here you will get an overview of learning objectives why this video course is important for you as an automotive cybersecurity professional.
II. Importance of complying to ISO/SAE 21434 and noncompliance consequences
Understand the importance of complying to ISO/SAE 21434 and UN Regulation No. 155 and the costly consequences of failing to do so.
III. Audits and assessments in automotive according to ISO/SAE 21434
Learn the difference between audits and assessments and their different scopes in a side to side comparison.
Get a clear explanation on what audits according to ISO/SAE 21434 must cover, when you should perform it, and how the ISO PAS 5112 can provide guidance for auditing your company along the ISO/SAE 21434.
V. Cybersecurity assessment
Similar to the previous section, you will also learn more deeply about cybersecurity assessments in automotive, when you should perform them, and more importantly, how the ASPICE Assessment for cybersecurity and the VDA QMC ACSMS can support you.
VI. Summary and Outro
Recap on the most important lessons learned in the last 11 minutes.