New UN regulation for cyber security in road vehicles mandated by EU – webinar on how to get your organization ready.
New UN regulation for cyber security in road vehicles mandated by EU – join our webinar!
EU will mandate CSMS (Cyber Security Management System) for new vehicle types from July 2022. Other regulations are still in draft form. Managing this uncertainty as well as ensuring successful vehicle type approval while avoiding an overspending has become a critical business success factor.
Watch on demand: KPMG and ESCRYPT webinar on how to successfully implement UNECE WP.29 TF-CS/OTA & ISO/SAE 21434.
The number and reach of potential attack scenarios for modern vehicles has drastically increased. Consequently, activities are underway worldwide to regulate and standardize automotive cybersecurity. They all share three main themes: a stronger focus on the specifics of the automotive industry; the challenge and requirement to maintain security over the entire lifecycle; and the increasingly compulsory nature of regulations such as the inclusion of cybersecurity at type approval.
These themes are particularly visible in the upcoming UN Regulation from the UNECE WP.29 and the ISO/SAE 21434. They define and mandate explicit Cybersecurity Management Systems (CSMS) for the protection of vehicles.
Using insights from our joint engagements across the globe, we will address relevant activities and major questions that arise in the buildup of a CSMS.
During this webinar, we will discuss:
Joachim Jeanneret, KPMG Sweden Cyber Security
Christopher Kusch, Escrypt