Cybersecurity Risk Assessment Training
On Chapter 06 Cybersecurity Risk Assessment training video courses, also called threat analysis and risk assessment (TARA in short), we go through the major steps of the method to provide the key purpose and ideas behind it. Understanding this method and other already existing methods to assess cybersecurity risks in the automotive industry is particularly important because it is the precedent activity to identify cybersecurity goals.
Although you might already be familiar with ISO 26262 Road vehicles – Functional safety’s hazard analysis and risk assessments, you must know it is not the same as TARA. For starters, the hazard analysis and risk assessments is based on functional safety risks, whereas the TARA is focused on cybersecurity risks. Moreover, you will recognize cybersecurity’s complexity as not only safety damage impact can result from attacks, there is also financial, operational and privacy impact.
Most importantly, the TARA is the method automotive cybersecurity professionals, like you, must become familiar with and understand in order to assess the amount of security needed in a product. The unfamiliarity then translates into mistakes and missing information, which can negatively affect the work products in the development cycle. Ultimately, this could lead to the product being compromised, which in return leads to loss of reputation, violation of safety to road users etc.
Hence, the importance of gaining proven knowledge in the topic of Cybersecurity Risk assessment through this video courses chapter.
Throughout the Cybersecurity Risk Assessment training video courses you will not only be able to understand TARA steps and major activities, but also get a comprehensive overview on the risk assessment process according to ISO/SAE 21434 Road vehicles – Cybersecurity engineering.
Who our Cybersecurity Risk Assessment training is Made for:
For professionals involved in development stages
Identifying initial threats in your products are the cornerstone for ensuring cybersecure products. Therefore, understanding new and existing methods to assess cybersecurity is crucial to avoid negative effect on work products resulting from the development cycle and comply with ISO/SAE 21434.
For all professionals involved in ensuring cybersecurity
Preventing the far reaching repercussions of an attack are in the interest on all stakeholders involved, not only at the safety level but also financial. Therefore, understanding the risks and their impact at the various levels, as assessed by the TARA is extremely helpful in ensuring cybersecurity across your products