The automotive industry has benefited from the digital revolution, offering consumers a host of new features and benefits enabled by electronics. However, the increased amount of software and connectivity has created numerous openings for cyberattacks.
With recent headlines focusing on automotive hacking, and the ISO 21434 standard (Road vehicles — Cybersecurity engineering), engineers will need a smart cybersecurity strategy to address security threats to cyber-physical systems, starting early in the system design phase.
In this webinar, we will discuss how to:
- Understand the ISO 21434 standard and why it is forcing teams to consider automotive cybersecurity as part of the product development process
- Systematically perform threat analysis and risk assessment across the entire electronics architecture
- Quickly identify vulnerabilities and design weaknesses, and address them to mitigate any real-world threats