Cars soon to require cyber management
New legal regulations are set to make management systems a requirement for the cybersecurity of vehicles. Management consultancy KPMG and automotive security provider ESCRYPT have now joined forces to offer companies support in setting up certified systems.2 Jan 2020 Barbara Rusch
With the upcoming worldwide and Europe-wide regulations for vehicles, UNECE WP.29 and ISO/SAE 21434 , vehicle cybersecurity will soon become a condition for type approval. OEMs will then be required to implement and demonstrate appropriate protective measures. This requires cybersecurity management systems (CSMSs), which make it possible to define, control, manage, and improve cybersecurity on an ongoing basis along the entire value chain.
Management consultancy KPMG and IT security specialist ESCRYPT have now entered into a strategic cooperation to support OEMs and suppliers in efficiently implementing future cybersecurity requirements. “With the upcoming regulations, it’s time for every automotive CEO to put cybersecurity on their agenda,” says Holger Breunig, Director Strategy and Portfolio Management at ESCRYPT.
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