Both UN Regulation 155 and ISO/SAE 21434 require the entire automotive industry, including all OEMs and, by extension, all suppliers, to ensure security over the entire lifespan of the vehicle: from development through maintenance to vehicle decommissioning.
Since the operation and maintenance phase of vehicles is typically between 12 and 15 years, this results in a number of activities in regards to cybersecurity that must be performed over multiple years. With clause 8, ISO/SAE 21434 dedicates an entire chapter to this.
We show you the most important lifecycle aspects and talk about some best practice approaches and invite you to our free webinar.
“Challenges of Lifecycle Management from UN Reg155 and ISO/SAE 21434”.
There will be three more Deep Dive webinars on the following topics:
Dirk Leopold is the Head of Advanced Engineering and a senior expert in automotive cybersecurity at itemis AG. For the past 5 years at itemis, he has been focussing on automotive cybersecurity risk management including related regulations, norms, services, and products. Holding a degree in industrial engineering from the Technical University of Darmstadt, he has 25 years of professional experience in various industries and roles at the national and international levels.
Jonathan Mohring is the President of itemis Inc. in the US, a wholly-owned subsidiary of itemis AG. Prior to itemis, he spent over 20 years at automotive OEMs in Europe and the US driving innovation in the areas of engineering IT, software automation and data strategy. Jonathan holds a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Toledo and an MBA in Technology and Innovation Management from the University of Stuttgart.
Webinar recording from November 4th including the presentation.