No trouble with cybersecurity thanks to UNECE R155 and ISO/SAE 21434 

In less than a year, every vehicle manufacturer will be required to prove to the Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA) that the cybersecurity solutions set out in UNECE R155 have been implemented to ensure vehicle security. From this date on, it will not be possible to register new vehicles without a certified Cybersecurity Management System (CSMS). ISO/SAE 21434 is an important building block to fulfill these requirements.  

Systems that will facilitate risk detection, risk reduction, threat analysis and regular risk assessment are needed, as is the monitoring of new vulnerabilities and known attacks. Manufacturers are ultimately responsible for continuous security improvements and risk prevention throughout the entire life cycle of the vehicle from July 1, 2024, on. They have to consider both the risks in-house and those along the supply chain. 

With its TÜV-certified CSMS, EDAG has implemented a future-proof solution as early as August 2022. The processes, methods and roles defined in the CSMS are supported by a software solution specially developed by EDAG – the CSMS Framework. The CSMS Framework automates manually complex and fault-prone ISO/SAE 21434 requirements. These include tool management, cybersecurity monitoring, and vulnerability management and analysis. 

Find out which requirements OEMs and suppliers will soon have to face and how you can meet these challenges with the EDAG CSMS Framework in our webinar recording "More Security through Cybersecurity Management Systems". Register here! 

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