UN Regulation No. 155 (UNECE)

When talking about UNECE 155, we are dealing with UN Regulation No. 155 on Cybersecurity and Cybersecurity Management Systems (CSMS), specified by UNECE WP.29 GRVA, or UN R155 for short. In this video course, you will get an understandable first introduction to the most important regulation for cybersecurity in the automotive industry. Learn about UN Regulation No. 155 now, the timeline for OEMs and suppliers is pressing.

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UN Regulation No. 155 (UNECE WP.29): The video course with everything you need to know about UN R155

In this introductory video course, you will learn about UNECE Regulation No. 155, what the regulation is all about, its scope of application in the automotive industry, and its wide-ranging requirements.

It is important to know: Unlike standards, regulations are legally binding. Not only OEMs, but also the entire supply chain is directly and indirectly affected by the mandatory requirements of UN R155. Lack of compliance can result in very specific sales bans and thus loss of business for Tier N suppliers.

In this video course we will look at the evolution of UN Regulation No. 155 through UNECE WP.29. Learn about the background of harmonization of vehicle regulations, and the scope of UN Regulation No. 155, especially with regard to the European Economic Area, China and the USA.

Subsequently, this video course “UN Regulation No. 155 (UNECE)” also explains the structure of UN R155 and clarifies the requirements of the regulation: for the organization, as well as with regard to the required Cybersecurity Management System (CSMS) and related to the product itself.

Finally, in this video course you will learn about the interrelationship between UN Regulation No. 155 and ISO/SAE 21434.

Get a complete understanding of UN R155 in one Video course

Your first introduction to UN R155

Starting to look at UN Regulation No. 155 as part of your current automotive cybersecurity obligations?  Good idea. How did UN R155 come about, where exactly does it apply, and what is the structure of the regulation? This “UN Regulation No. 155 (UNECE)” video course provides a good first look at UN R155 and what it means for OEMs and suppliers.

Breakdown for requirements from UN R155

Are you currently digging deeper into a specific issue around UN Regulation No. 155? If you’re looking to learn more about the specific requirements of UN R155, this video will be of great help. From Cybersecurity Management System (CSMS) through Vehicle Requirements to Certificate of Compliance (CoC), you’ll find reliable answers here.

UN R155: UN Regulation No. 155 Cybersecurity and Cybersecurity Management System – Video course content

I. Intro to UN Regulation No. 155

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 the Regulation No. 155 is exactly.

II. Importance of UN Regulation No. 155

Here’s why the Regulation No. 155 is important.

III. The scope of UN Regulation No. 155

In this part of the course, we will explain the scope of Regulation No. 155 and where it comes from and where it is mandatory.

IV. Structure and Requirements of UN Regulation No. 155

Here we will go deeper into the structure and briefly into the requirements of the UN Regulation No. 155, CSMS and Vehicle requirements.

V. CSMS & Vehicle Requirements, Vehicle Type Approval

In this part we will take a comprehensive look into the CSMS & Vehicle Requirements, Vehicle Type Approval.

VI. Relationship to ISO/SAE 21434 and tier N suppliers

Here we will explain the relationship of both ISO/SAE 21434 and tier N suppliers with the UN Regulation No. 155.

VII. Sum Up

Finally, here we will sum up what you have learned about UN Regulation No. 155, relevant documents, and requirements.

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