About the webcast
In cooperation with itemis, a webcast on "ISO/SAE 21434: What companies need to know about the newly released cybersecurity standard" is planned on 9 September 2021.
The final version of the ISO/SAE 21434 has been published and has the aim to define the cybersecurity engineering process for the automotive industry.
The influence and the number of connected IT systems within a vehicle has increased dramatically. Additionally to new features and assistance systems, the number of cyber vulnerabilities and threats is a major challenge for the automotive industry. Thus, the UNECE has published the UN-R 155 regulation to ensure products that are as secure as possible. In this context the ISO/SAE 21434 is one of the most important standards to provide guidance and best practice for the implementation of a cyber security engineering process as one of the main aspects of a cyber security management system (CSMS). These requirements are important for OEMs as well as suppliers, because the entire product across its lifetime has to be considered.
Therefore, we would like to introduce changes and challenges of the final ISO/SAE 21434.
- overview of ISO/SAE 21434 and presentation of latest changes of the final version of ISO/SAE 21434
- why organization needs to be adapted and what processes needs to be implemented
- spreadsheet failures and declaration why many companies will fail with TARAs based on spreadsheets
- how to implement a future-proof lifecycle management
- Dirk Leopold (itemis AG, Head of Advanced Engineering)
- Stefan Rocksch (Deloitte, Manager Risk Advisory, Cyber and Strategic Risk)