Fusa Cybersecurity

CySec, FuSa, TARA, HARA, ASIL … Functional safety vs. cybersecurity in the automotive industry

The automotive industry is dealing with the implementation of cybersecurity. New tasks and responsibilities are being established at the level of the organization, in divisions and departments, and at the project level. Suddenly, many different roles have to deal with cybersecurity. Often, specialists from the Functional Safety/ISO 26262 area are involved, and suddenly they have to deal with automotive cybersecurity... read more →
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build cybersecurity skills in automotive

Building cybersecurity skills in automotive development: A Guide.

Across the automotive value chain, the latest buzz is: The entire organization must relearn cybersecurity as part of its development work. How can this be achieved? New positions are being urgently advertised, recruitment agencies are working at full speed, and external service providers are being called in to do the job. New cross-divisional competence centers for cybersecurity are emerging everywhere.... read more →
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UN Regulation No 155 & how to comply? What you need to know

UN Regulation No 155: What You Need to Know about UN R155.

UN Regulation No. 155 is increasing the pressure on the automotive industry to address cybersecurity. The industry is taking action: New resources are being allocated to the topic, responsibilities are being assigned, and specialists are urgently sought everywhere. At present, their main task is to provide truly reliable answers. For example, on the question: What does UN Regulation No. 155... read more →
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ISO PAS 5112

ISO PAS 5112:2022, the specification for auditing ISO/SAE 21434 – an up-to-date overview

Update: The ISO/PAS 5112:2022  Road vehicles — Guidelines for auditing cybersecurity engineering has reached its final stage and been officially published by the International Organization for Standardization on March 31 2022.09:21 Whether you are already actively researching ISO PAS 5112:2022 Road Vehicles - Guidelines for auditing cybersecurity engineering or have not yet heard of the specification that will play a... read more →
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ISO 24089

Know what to expect for ISO 24089 and how to prepare

With more software updates, there is a growing need for an accompanying international standard such as the ISO 24089, which shall provide standardization of software updates on a global level. In addition to ISO 24089, UN Regulation No. 156 has already established a more uniform approach to the requirements around software updates with the Software Update Management System (SUMS). [...]
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Cybersecurity Automotive Challenges

Why cybersecurity is at risk of failing in automotive organizations

"Cybersecurity fails because you haven't bought solution XYZ yet." That's how simple it is in the majority of publications. But in automotive industry practice, it's a bit more complicated. At this point, we want to use our experience from project work with leading international automotive manufacturers and suppliers and try to analyze in more depth the most important barriers around... read more →
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What are Cybersecurity goals and Cybersecurity claims?

Automotive Cybersecurity according to ISO/SAE 21434: What are Cybersecurity goals and Cybersecurity claims?

Okay, standards, regulations, fine. Now we're going deeper into the automotive development itself. We have now reached the cybersecurity development phase, or more precisely the concept phase, and are beginning to deal with the Threat Analysis and Risk Assessment Method (TARA), including Cybersecurity goals and Cybersecurity claims. What is this all about? [...]
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Munich Panorama View

On our behalf: Become a pioneer for the topic as Automotive Cybersecurity Consultant in the CYRES team in Munich (or Riga)

With the rise of new connected technologies and the establishment of digital components and systems in the vehicle, addressing cybersecurity has become one of the most urgent challenges for the automotive industry. This is accompanied by a shortage of competencies and personnel on the one hand and an extraordinary opportunity for brilliant minds on the other. [...]
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CYRES Latest on-demand videos

Learn automotive cybersecurity: Six most important video learning courses on the CYRES Academy Learning Platform

A few weeks ago, the CYRES Academy Online Learn Platform was launched, the world's first Automotive Cybersecurity Online Courses learning platform exclusively for practice-relevant knowledge around automotive cybersecurity. Besides automotive cybersecurity training and their respective automotive cybersecurity certification within the ACP framework, the platform offers a growing number of video courses, on specific topics. In the following, we present the... read more →
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ISO/SAE 21434:2021 is now officially published.

ISO/SAE 21434:2021 is now officially published. All info here (Update: August 2021)

ISO/SAE 21434 is considered a milestone for the automotive industry regarding cybersecurity. As of today, ISO/SAE 21434 has the new status "International Standard published". What does this mean for the industry? We provide an overview in the following article and in a upcoming info webcast for which you can register free of charge. First of all, the most important questions... read more →
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    Essential Guide

    The Essential Guide to ISO/SAE 21434

    How to manage the challenges of the new automotive cybersecurity standards and regulations

    Essential Guide

    The Essential Guide to ISO/SAE 21434

    How to manage the challenges of the new automotive cybersecurity standards and regulations