Teknologie doktorContact Peter
A full day course explaining the international standard ISO/SAE 21434 which specifies requirements for cybersecurity risk management regarding road vehicle electrical and electronic (E/E) systems.
The course gives a detailed explanation of the requirements in the ISO/SAE 21434 standard divided into overall cybersecurity requirements as well as requirements specific for each of the product development lifecycle phases.
The participants will gain thorough understanding of the standard as well as its application and relationship to the UNECE Regulation No. 155/156 and other related standards (e.g., ISO 24089 and ISO/PAS 5112). Examples of continuous cybersecurity activities such as vulnerability analyses and risk assessments are presented as well as lifecycle specific activities such as requirement specification, testing and static code analysis. The course also contains examples of how important parts of the standard may be applied.
The course is suitable for both managers, project leaders and engineers involved in the development of cybersecure automotive E/E-systems.
“Introduction to cybersecurity” or equivalent knowledge.
Companies that want to register at least five participants can get a discount on the course fee. We can also hold the course only for your company where we jointly agree on the time and place. Contact the course coordinator for further information and for a quote.
In case of fewer than three registered participants, the course may be cancelled. This will be communicated at least one week before the course date.
Contact me for questions about the course.