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Overview of ISO 15288, ISO 26262, and ISO 21434: Analysis of Safety Architecture with Safety and Security Requirements Training by Tonex

This comprehensive course offers an in-depth exploration of three critical ISO standards: ISO 15288 (Systems and Software Engineering – System Life Cycle Processes), ISO 26262 (Road Vehicles – Functional Safety), and ISO 21434 (Road Vehicles – Cybersecurity Engineering).

Designed for professionals in the fields of automotive engineering, system design, and cybersecurity, the course delves into the nuances of safety and security architecture in automotive systems, emphasizing a holistic approach to functional safety and cybersecurity.

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

  • Understand the Core Principles: Grasp the fundamental concepts and methodologies outlined in ISO 15288, ISO 26262, and ISO 21434.
  • Analyze Safety Architecture: Analyze and design robust safety architecture in automotive systems, adhering to ISO 26262 standards.
  • Implement Cybersecurity Measures: Apply ISO 21434 principles to develop and manage cybersecurity aspects within automotive systems.
  • Integrate Systems Effectively: Learn to integrate system lifecycle processes as per ISO 15288 for effective system engineering.
  • Risk Management and Compliance: Identify and manage risks, ensuring compliance with the standards for safety and security.
  • Practical Application: Apply theoretical knowledge to real-world scenarios, enhancing the safety and security of automotive systems.

Target Audience:

  • Automotive Engineers
  • System and Software Engineers
  • Cybersecurity Professionals
  • Safety and Compliance Managers
  • Quality Assurance Specialists
  • Project Managers in Automotive Industry

Course Outline:

Module 1: Introduction to ISO Standards

  • Overview of International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
  • Importance of standards in system development
  • Role of ISO standards in ensuring safety and security
  • Common elements across ISO standards
  • Introduction to ISO 15288, ISO 26262, and ISO 21434
  • Significance of compliance with international standards

Module 2: Understanding ISO 15288

  • Principles and objectives of ISO 15288
  • Life cycle processes and their interactions
  • Tailoring ISO 15288 for specific projects
  • Linkage between ISO 15288 and safety architectures
  • Case studies illustrating ISO 15288 implementation
  • Assessing the impact of ISO 15288 on system development

Module 3: Deep Dive into ISO 26262

  • In-depth exploration of ISO 26262 for functional safety
  • Safety life cycle and its phases
  • ASIL classifications and their implications
  • Safety mechanisms and concepts in automotive systems
  • Integration of ISO 26262 with safety architecture
  • Practical applications of ISO 26262 in industry

Module 4: ISO 21434 – Cybersecurity in Automotive Systems

  • Introduction to ISO 21434 and its relevance
  • Key cybersecurity concepts in automotive systems
  • Threat modeling and risk assessment in ISO 21434
  • Security measures for automotive cybersecurity
  • Case studies highlighting successful implementation
  • Aligning safety and security within ISO 21434

Module 5: Integrating Safety and Security Requirements

  • Understanding the intersection of safety and security
  • Challenges and opportunities in integration
  • Strategies for harmonizing safety and security requirements
  • Tools and methodologies for seamless integration
  • Importance of a unified approach in complex systems
  • Real-world examples of successful integration

Module 6: Case Studies and Practical Applications

  • Real-life examples of safety architecture challenges
  • Case studies illustrating successful safety implementations
  • Practical applications of ISO standards in industry
  • Lessons learned from past projects
  • Best practices derived from practical experiences
  • Opportunities for improvement based on case studies

Module 7: Compliance, Verification, and Validation

  • Ensuring compliance with ISO standards
  • Verification and validation processes in safety architecture
  • Establishing a robust compliance framework
  • Techniques for effective verification and validation
  • Case studies demonstrating successful compliance
  • Continuous improvement in compliance practices

Module 8: Course Wrap-Up and Certification

  • Summary of key concepts covered in the course
  • Recap of practical applications and case studies
  • Review of important takeaways from each module
  • Q&A session for participant clarification
  • Certification process and requirements
  • Next steps for continued professional development

This course structure offers a comprehensive and practical approach to understanding and applying these critical ISO standards in the field of automotive safety and cybersecurity.

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