One key requirement to comply with UNECE WP.29 and ISO/SAE 21434 is to perform a Threat Analysis and Risk Assessment (TARA) for all relevant vehicle components. For OEMs as well as suppliers have not yet started to perform TARAs or started with spreadsheet based tools, which have significant limitations in the cybersecurity space.
We show you a way how professional TARAs can be performed model-based (instead of spreadsheet based) and invite you to our free webinar.
Register for the webinar recording from September 24.
Dirk Leopold is the Head of Advanced Engineering and a senior expert in automotive cybersecurity at itemis AG. For the past 5 years at items, 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.
Jens Bühl is IT Consultant and Product Owner of YAKINDU Security Analyst at itemis AG. For the past 3 years, he has been focussing on tool development for efficient automotive security risk analyses, including related processes, regulations, and norms, e.g. ISO/SAE 21434. Holding a degree in computer science from the University of Hagen, he has 10 years of professional experience in software engineering and architecture in various industries and globally distributed teams.
Webinar recording from September 24th including the presentation.