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The Path to ISO/SAE 21434 Cybersecurity Compliance

Increased vehicle connectivity options are vital to providing the best driving experience for consumers. However, the adoption of over-the-air software updates, numerous connectivity protocols (including Bluetooth, WiFi, 5G cellular, USB), and in-car networks like CAN, MIPI, and automotive Ethernet, accelerates cybersecurity risks.

To mitigate risk and satisfy consumer demand for optimal security, SAE and ISO collaborated to publish the ISO/SAE 21434 Road Vehicles—Cybersecurity Engineering standard. Many companies in the automotive supply chain have already announced their commitment to adopting the standard and implementing it in their software-defined vehicle (SDV) development process. In addition, new government regulations require automakers to implement an automotive cybersecurity management system.

This 60-minute Webinar will outline the fundamentals of the ISO/SAE 21434 standard as well as discuss the requirements and the impact of a structured cybersecurity management system for the development of automotive grade IP throughout the automotive product lifecycle.

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