Cybersecurity Automotive Standards
Dive into the growing topic of automotive cybersecurity standards and regulations. In addition to the best-known ISO/SAE 21434 standard, there are many other documents you should know. Learn about the most important ones in a quick run-through in this video course.
Cybersecurity Automotive Standards, Regulations, and Regulatory Requirements for Cybersecurity Around the Vehicle: Learn about the most important documents for the automotive industry
Proper consideration of cybersecurity is increasingly becoming an essential topic in automotive development. This is accompanied by a growing number of automotive cybersecurity standards and regulations that need to be applied.
In addition to the well-known ISO/SAE 21434 Road Vehicles – Cybersecurity Engineering, there are many other important standards and regulations for cybersecurity in the automotive industry.
The purpose of this video course is to briefly introduce almost all of them in a quick run-through and to describe their respective scope and objectives.
In detail, you will get a first look at UN Regulations No. 155 and UN R156, ISO PAS 5112 – Road Vehicles, ISO 24089 Road Vehicles – Software Update Engineering, IEC 62443, as well as TISAX and ASPICE. The question of what the difference is between a regulation and a standard will also be answered.
More in-depth insights into the various documents, which are only briefly touched in this video, can be found in our other video courses.
Who the Cybersecurity Automotive Standards Video course is made for:
Responsibility in quality management
Are you responsible for how the organization, ongoing projects, engineering and development activities, as well as customer needs incorporate the many requirements of cybersecurity? With this video course, you will get an overview of the most important standards and regulations in the field of automotive cybersecurity
Responsibility for the conception of cybersecurity
Do you have several touch points with cybersecurity requirements in your daily business or conceptual work? This video course helps you to get to know the most important standards and regulations with the respective scope in addition to the well-known ISO/SAE 21434.
Cybersecurity Automotive Standards and Regulations apart from ISO 21434 – Video course content
In the intro video of the seven-part course, Manuel Sandler, Associate Partner at CYRES Consulting, welcomes you. You will learn here what you have been taught after watching the entire video learning course.
II. Importance of Standards and Regulations apart from ISO/SAE 21434
Although it may seem that ISO/SAE 21434 is the primary source of pressure on the automotive industry when it comes to cybersecurity matters, in fact there is more to it than that. In this video, you will learn why it is important to look at standards and regulations in addition to ISO/SAE 21434.
III. Regulations vs Standards
What is the difference between a regulation (such as UN Regulation No. 155) and a standard (such as ISO/SAE 21434)? In the third video of this course, you will learn the differences, especially with regard to compliance, and get to know the most important regulations and standards.
IV. UN Regulation No. 155 / 156
Why is the entire automotive industry talking about UN Regulation No 155? What is actually the scope of UN R155? What does it mean for the organization (keyword Cybersecurity Management System, CSMS for short) and for the product? And what is UN R156 and the Software Update Management System (SUMS) all about? Learn about both regulations in this video.
In the fifth video of this learning course, you will get to know other relevant standards and their respective purpose and scope in a quick run-through. Including ISO PAS 5112 – Road Vehicles, ISO 24089 Road Vehicles – Software Update Engineering as well as IEC 62443, TISAX and ASPICE.
VI. Consequences of ignoring Standards and Regulations
In this short video, we investigate the question: What if standards and regulations are ignored in automotive development text?
VII. Sum Up
In this final video, you will get a very brief summary of what you have learned in this video learning course.