How do experts assess the status of cybersecurity activities in the automotive industry? In the industry barometer »Automotive Cybersecurity. State of Practice 2020«, experts from E/E development give their assessment of the questions that challenge newcomers to the field of cybersecurity in particular.
With ISO/SAE 21434, the international standards body has created a basis for establishing automotive security as an integral part of the development process for automotive electronics over Standard ISO/SAE 21434 addresses central tasks of electronics development – throughout the entire life cycle.
We designed and conducted the industry barometer "Automotive Cybersecurity. State of Practice 2020" in close cooperation with the Institute for Information Security (SEC) at the University of Stuttgart, headed by Prof. Dr. Ralf Küsters.
In this course we will familiarize you with theoretical and practical knowledge about TARA and risk assessments. After TARA in the concept phase, risk assessments turn into the pivotal point of cybersecurity oriented processes. We therefore recommend that you become accustomed to TARA from the very beginning.
Together with the TUEV Nord certification body we qualify you as a "Cybersecurity Engineer (Automotive)". During the training you will learn how to achieve the required end-to-end security. As a TUEV Nord qualified Cybersecurity Engineer, you will know how ISO/SAE 21434 supports your work and which homologation requirements are imposed by UNECE for your task.
ISO/SAE 21434 has allowed the international standardisation committee to lay a foundation for establishing automotive security as a fixed element of the development process for automotive electronics. The ISO/SAE 21434 standard addresses the central tasks of electronics development and the overall supply chain. To find out more about the upcoming standard, see the interview with security expert Dr Thomas Liedtke.
Is cybersecurity a realistic goal with so many network and new connectivity solutions around? Dr Thomas Liedtke looks at this topic as part of a round-robin seminar at the software and automation forum at Stuttgart University.
How does automotive security work in practice if connected vehicles are basically computers on wheels? This was the question posed by the New York Times. Automotive security expert Steve Tengler, Principal at Kugler Maag Cie, digs deeper.
HOW DO I STAY ON THE SAFE SIDE? Which tasks should my company take on and which tasks can I trust business partners to take care of? At wardsauto.com (third-party website), Steve Tengler, principal and automotive expert at Kugler Maag Cie in the United States, discusses who should hold the hot potato, and the conflicting interests of security solutions.