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ISO 21434 Clinic – Understanding Cybersecurity of Road Vehicles Training by Tonex.

Automotive Requirements Engineering and Management

The ISO 21434 clinic is a workshop is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the ISO 21434 standard, focusing on the cybersecurity of road vehicles. This workshop aims to equip attendees with the necessary knowledge and skills to implement effective cybersecurity measures in the automotive industry, ensuring the safety and security of modern vehicles in an increasingly connected and autonomous world.

This workshop will provide participants with an understanding of the ISO 21434 standard for road vehicles cybersecurity engineering. The standard defines requirements for cybersecurity risk management, a cybersecurity process framework, and common language to help manufacturers and organizations communicate their cybersecurity risk. The workshop includes a combination of presentations, discussions, workshops, case studies
and exercises.

The workshop will be delivered by experts in the industry and qualified instructors with experience in automotive cybersecurity.

Learning Objectives:
By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the fundamentals of automotive cybersecurity and its importance in the
    context of modern vehicles.
  • Familiarize yourself with the ISO 21434 standard and its requirements for cybersecurity
    in road vehicles.
  • Apply the concepts of cybersecurity risk management to the automotive industry
  • Develop a cybersecurity process framework for your organization
  • Identify potential threats and vulnerabilities in automotive systems and components.
  • Apply risk assessment and management techniques to develop a robust cybersecurity
    strategy for road vehicles.
  • Implement best practices for secure vehicle design, development, and maintenance.
  • Comprehend the challenges associated with cybersecurity in connected and
    autonomous vehicles.
  • Establish processes for continuous monitoring, incident response, and threat intelligence sharing.
  • Collaborate effectively with stakeholders to promote a cybersecurity-focused culture
    within the automotive industry.
  • Identify common cybersecurity risks and threats in automotive systems.
  • Develop strategies to implement and maintain effective cybersecurity measures in compliance with ISO 21434.
  • Learn about secure boot mechanisms and their role in ensuring system integrity.
  • Learn about Hardware Security Modules (HSM) and their use in protecting cryptographic keys and sensitive information.
  • Understand the importance of key management practices in maintaining system security.
  • Gain insight into the Joint Test Action Group (JTAG) and its implications for system vulnerability.
  • Explore Secure Onboard Communication (SecOC) protocols and their role in protecting data integrity.
  • Acquire practical knowledge through case studies and real-world examples of implementing cybersecurity features.

The ISO 21434 Workshop is intended for professionals working within the automotive industry, including but not limited to:

  • Automotive Engineers and Technologists
  • Cybersecurity Specialists
  • Vehicle Designers and Developers
  • Quality Assurance and Compliance Managers
  • Automotive System Integrators
  • Government Regulators and Policy Makers
  • Academicians and Researchers in the field of automotive cybersecurity
  • Managers responsible for cybersecurity in the automotive industry
  • Engineers involved in the Design, Development, and Production of Electrical and
  • Electronic based Vehicle Products
  • Anyone who wants to learn more about ISO 21434

Workshop Agenda
The agenda may be adjusted to fit the specific needs and duration of the workshop.

Introduction to Automotive Cybersecurity

  • Overview of automotive cybersecurity
  • Current challenges and emerging threats
  • ISO 21434: An introduction to the standard
  • Understanding ISO 21434 Requirements
  • Scope and objectives of ISO 21434
  • Key components of the standard
  • Integrating cybersecurity in the development lifecycle
  • Collaboration and cultivating a cybersecurity culture
  • Collaborating with stakeholders and suppliers
  • Promoting a cybersecurity-focused culture within the organization
  • The future of automotive cybersecurity

Risk Assessment and Management

  • Threat modeling for road vehicles
  • Vulnerability analysis and risk assessment
  • Developing a cybersecurity risk management plan
  • Implementing Cybersecurity Best Practices
  • Overview of TARA Framework
  • Continuous Cybersecurity
  • Secure vehicle architecture and design principles
  • Securing communication networks and protocols
  • Secure software development for vehicles

Cybersecurity in Connected and Autonomous Vehicles

  • Cybersecurity challenges in connected and autonomous systems
  • Ensuring secure over-the-air updates
  • Industry case studies and lessons learned
  • Incident Response and Continuous Monitoring
  • Establishing incident response procedures
  • Implementing continuous monitoring and threat intelligence sharing
  • Post-incident analysis and lessons learned

Workshop Conclusion and Exercises

  • Recap of key learnings
  • Group exercises and hands-on activities
  • Q&A session and closing remarks

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