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1-Hour Webinar ISO SAE DIS 21434 Road Vehicles - Cybersecurity Engineering

Duration

1- Hour 

10:00 AM (Eastern Time) / 07:00 AM (Pacific Time)

Cost

Complementary

Come to join us on February 10, 2021 (Wednesday) at 10:00 (Eastern Time) / 07:00 (Pacific Time) for our one hour introduction webinar to start your journey to Automotive Cybersecurity.

Course Description

With the trend of increasing technological complexity, software content and mechatronic implementation, we are facing increasing risk vectors from cyber-attacks. The newly released ISO SAE 21434 addresses the cybersecurity perspective in engineering of electrical and electronic (E/E) systems within road vehicles. By ensuring appropriate consideration of cybersecurity, this document aims to enable the engineering of E/E systems to keep up with changing technology and attack methods.

ISO SAE 21434 provides vocabulary, objectives, requirements and guidelines as a foundation for common understanding throughout the supply chain. This enables organizations to:

  • define cybersecurity policies and processes;
  • manage cybersecurity risk; and
  • foster a cybersecurity culture.

ISO SAE 21434 can be used to implement a cybersecurity management system including cybersecurity risk management in accordance with ISO 31000. ISO SAE 21434 is intended to supersede SAE J3061 recommended practice.

This 1-hour webinar is to provide a foundational information for the entry-level of automotive cybersecurity practitioners.

What will you be learning from this 1-hour live webinar:

  • Overview of ISO SAE 21434
  • Cybersecurity Lifecycle
  • ISO SAE 21434 Certification Scheme and Process

Presenters

Host: Fanny Ho

Training Manager

TUV USA

 

Speaker: Mr. Heiko Ehrich

Head of Automotive Electronics

TÜV NORD Mobilität GmbH & Co. KG

TUV NORD Mobility (IFM - Institut für Fahrzeugtechnik und Mobilität)