13 Nov 2020 -
 Defence

Will ISO/SAE 21434 help share the pain of car cyber-security?

Interesting story in SemiEngineering called Who’s Got The Hot Potato? concerning cyber-security in the automotive industry, which asks “as new security vulnerabilities are discovered in automotive electronics, who is responsible for protecting my car?”

“Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) have two main directions to address the cybersecurity hot potato challenge. The first is to move hardware and software development as much as possible in house. The second is to distribute cybersecurity activities across the supply chain using a strict and standard approach. The ISO/SAE 21434 “Road vehicles – Cybersecurity engineering” standard can come in handy.”

“ISO/SAE 21434 allows sharing the pain of newly discovered vulnerabilities across the supply chain. The standard covers the entire life cycle of automotive electronics, including the operation and maintenance phase, and identifies continuous cybersecurity activities.”

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