Cybersecurity Interface Agreement as required ISO/SAE 21434 work product

Learn how to build the structure of this important ISO/SAE 21434 work product and starting point for distributed development

The Cybersecurity Interface Agreement not only is a required ISO/SAE 21434 product, it is also the start line for distributed development. In this video course, you will learn how to build a Cybersecurity Interface Agreement structure in accordance to ISO/SAE 21434, what must be included, and get an exemplary template based on state of the art.

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Cybersecurity Interface Agreement

The Cybersecurity Interface Agreement in distributed development and compliance to ISO/SAE 21434

To establish a road of successful cooperation among automotive value chain players, suppliers and customers must agree on how development will be distributed regarding cybersecurity activities. This is where the Cybersecurity Interface Agreement comes into play and gains importance, besides being a required ISO/SAE 21434 work product. The aim is to avoid obstacles and clarify responsibilities, therefore, in this video course you will learn how to structure a Cybersecurity Interface Agreement.

First, we will begin by explaining the contents and purpose of the Cybersecurity Interface Agreement, when it should take place, and its role in distributed development.

Next, we will present how it might look like according to the ISO/SAE 21434 Annex C Cybersecurity Interface Agreement Template, structure, and content by each section.

At last, we will explain the similarities and differences between the ISO/SAE 21434 Cybersecurity Interface Agreement (CIA) and ISO 26262 Development Interface Agreement (DIA) side by side.

Who the Cybersecurity Interface Agreement video course is made for

For project managers in automotive

Knowing where responsibilities lay, especially in distributed development, is key to track tasks, time, cost, and plan resources accordingly. Therefore, knowing the impact of the cybersecurity interface agreement is crucial for projects in automotive involving cybersecurity.

For sales, acquisition, and quality managers in automotive

Managers involved in customer and supplier relations must know the impact of the cybersecurity interface agreement as it becomes part of the contract. Moreover, quality managers should know how it supports compliance to ISO/SAE 21434 and the UN Regulation 155.

Cybersecurity Interface Agreement video course content

I. Introducing Cybersecurity Interface Agreement video course

In this section, we will introduce the role and importance of the Cybersecurity Interface Agreement in distributed development and why this video course is of importance for your role.

II. Cybersecurity Interface Agreement as starting point for distributed development

Here, you will learn what are the contents of the cybersecurity interface agreement and what each of them should include. We will also highlight its role for distributed development, when it takes place, and parties involved.

III. Cybersecurity Interface Agreement: an illustrative example

In this section, we present an exemplary Cybersecurity Interface agreement according to ISO/SAE 21434 Annex C template in a visual illustration, explain the structure and content for each section.

IV. Relationship to Functional Safety

As it may sound familiar to you, hereby we will explain how the ISO/SAE 21434 work product Cybersecurity Interface Agreement relates and differentiates to ISO 26262 Functional Safety’s work product Development Interface Agreement (DIA).

V. Summing up Cybersecurity Interface Agreement video course

Finally, we will circle back into the main learned lessons from this video course.

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