ITEM DEFINITION ACCORDING TO ISO/SAE 21434

Video course on the Work Product “Item Definition” along ISO/SAE 21434 as basis for subsequent activities

The so-called item definition can be seen as the technical starting point for the entire cybersecurity development. While the item definition already plays a role in the area of Functional Safety (according to ISO 26262), it is equally relevant for cybersecurity along the ISO/SAE 21434. Learn more about it in this video course.

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Learn what ISO/SAE 21434 Means with Item Definition

When it comes to Item definition in accordance with ISO/SAE 21434, it is important to understand: The Item definition requires the involvement of various teams and functions. Here, responsibility cannot simply be shifted to those responsible for cybersecurity. Errors or missing information have far-reaching consequences for the entire further development cycle.

The purpose of this video course is to provide a holistic first overview of the Item definition according to ISO/SAE 21434.

In the first half of the video course we present the cybersecurity development procedure along the ISO/SAE 21434. Here you will learn about the role of the Item definition within the Concept Phase (as stated in Clause 9 of ISO/SAE 21434).

Then you will learn how exactly the term ‘Item’ is actually defined. After that, the attention is directed to what exactly is meant by a ‘definition’ within the Item definition.

Then it becomes more precise: How exactly is an item definition made? What is required for this? Here you will get a more concrete overview of the information required for an accurate Item definition.

After watching this video, please also have a look at the other (free / paid) video learning courses on Cybersecurity Development, or on the Concept Phase within ISO/SAE 21434.

Understand what Item Definition is in the eyes of ISO/SAE 21434

You already know the Item definition along the ISO 26262 for Functional Safety?

You already know the work product of the Item definition from your work in the area of Functional Security? Then this video is a good guide to explain the role of the Item definition in the area of Cybersecurity Development in accordance with ISO/SAE 21434.

Starting to take a deeper look at Cybersecurity Development as defined by ISO/SAE 21434?

Looking at ISO/SAE 21434, you may have already seen that the Item definition is a required Work Product. With this learning videos you will get a broader understanding of what the purpose and what the expected content of an Item definition is. This will lay the foundation for further steps into the Concept Phase.

Item Definition Along ISO/SAE 21434 – Video course content

I. Intro to Item Definition

In the intro you will get to know what you will learn in this video course which will lead you to a better understanding of what Item definition is.

II. Importance of Item definition 

Why is it important to know about the Item definition? The Item definition is the basis for cybersecurity throughout the Concept phase, learn more in this video.

III. Cybersecurity Development Phases

In this part of the course, we will look together at the cybersecurity development phases including the Concept phase, where the Item definition is located.

IV. Item Definition Inputs, Information and how standards define it.

Here we will go deeper into what Item definition is according to ISO/SAE 21434. What type of input and information does it require? And what is the difference between Item definition with ISO/SAE 21434 and ISO 26262?

V. Sum Up

Finally, here we will sum up what you have learned about Item definition in accordance with ISO/SAE 21434 Road Vehicles – Cybersecurity Engineering

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