UR155 requires OEM’s to comply to cybersecurity requirements as defined in ISO 21434 standard. OEM’s must also require every supplier (Tier1, Tier2,..) to comply and have ISO21434 CSMS Certification. Furthermore, cybersecurity maintenance for operational phase requires the capability for continuous monitoring of threats, and in case of incident, means to update the software until minimum 10 years after EoP.
In this 30-minute webinar, Elektrobit’s Gabriel Byman and Tommi Tallgren explain how to achieve compliance with UN regulation 155 throughout the vehicle’s life cycle by obtaining the full support of the entire software supply chain.
The experts also introduce a business model offering an affordable, long-term solution to cybersecurity threat detection, response, and recovery.
Key topics and takeaways:
- Understand why there is a need for comprehensive change in software development for a more secure future in automotive projects
- Discover the practical requirements of UN R155 and the solutions you require from suppliers
- Discover a new business model that offers an affordable solution to cybersecurity maintenance through software suppliers
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