Automotive cybersecurity is of growing concern for the entire automotive industry. Even worse security directly impacts functionality, user experience and safety, and thus has become subject to product liability. Functional safety is not feasible without a concise approach to cover security.
There have been international standards for automotive functional safety, ISO 26262. However, there is currently no global guidelines for security. The ISO/SAE 21434 will soon come into the picture, formulating requirements of cybersecurity risk management.
Our training will provide guidance on the interactions between functional safety and cybersecurity. You will learn how cybersecurity can support functional safety and how to prevent negative impacts resulting from malicious intent external issues to the E/E system.
Additional bonus: The widely used assessment tool COMPASS is presented. You will receive a demo version with full functionality for your own entries.
Content and Agenda
Cybersecurity foundations for the overall achievement of safe E/E systems
Current threats as hazard from safety management perspectives
Security standards (e.g., SAE-J3061-2016, ISO/SAE 21434), legal obligations and governance
Setting up development process in line with the requirements of ISO/SAE 21434
"Thank you very much for sharing your precious experience with this training program."
- Zerong Yu, Robert Bosch Japan
"High practical orientation, concrete personalized action list throughout the entire seminar."
- T. Strauch, Siemens
Do you want to adapt this training to your own examples and challenges? Looking for a workout that delivers practical exercises adjusted to your environment? Then, we suggest that you have this training conducted in-house, where you can decide on focus, speed and the training schedule. We also offer dedicated crash courses for employees and management.
This training targets professionals and executives in engineering and IT, project managers, system and software engineers, analysts, consultants, and developers and quality managers from companies of all industries and sizes that want to get more proficient in functional safety.
Dr. Arnulf Braatz is Manager at Vector Consulting Services. Previously, he worked as a project manager in development projects. He supports companies worldwide in improving their development processes and in change management. Dr. Braatz works across industries in the areas of engineering methods, system and IT architecture, functional safety, requirements engineering and increasing efficiency in development.
Andreas Horn is Senior Consultant at Vector Consulting Services. Prior to this, he worked as a safety expert in many development projects. He supports companies worldwide in improving their development processes, technology implementations and change processes. He works across industries in the areas of engineering methods, system architecture, functional safety, security and requirements engineering.
Admission price includes a demo version of the widely used COMPASS assessment tool, with full functionality for your own entries. Naturally, all participants benefit from our rich coffee breaks and a quality lunch in our spectacular Vector restaurant. Each participant will receive a qualifying Vector certificate for this intensive training.
Ask for our reductions as of 3 participants of the same company.