Ensure your devices are safe and secure and compliant with the ISO/SAE 21434 standards
Automation is now becoming commonplace in today’s world, affecting various sectors like transportation and industrial manufacturing. In modern vehicles, many electronics are embedded, and the vehicles become much like computers on wheels consisting of various interfaces ranging from Wi-Fi to cellular. This increasing interconnectivity makes vehicles vulnerable to cybersecurity attacks, which are a threat to both the life of the driver and road users as well as the continuity of the automotive/supplier business.
Additionally, in the industrial automation environment the convergence between information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) networks and systems is increasing. This also provides a bigger opportunity for cyber-attacks and new kind of vulnerabilities to arise. Industrial IT security and automotive cyber security, then, must become a priority.
Recent cyber-attacks targeting the industrial world have shown how important it is to ensure cybersecurity regardless of the industry sector. This becomes even more important regarding safety components to ensure the smooth functioning of devices. With increasing connectivity, all connected industrial applications can be affected by security threats that compromise the entire plant.
It is therefore important to ensure the cybersecurity and safety of your devices and vehicles. This has several benefits, including:
By working with us as your end-to-end expert partner you can achieve various synergies by gaining combined services along the process chain. Working together with a global network of laboratories, you benefit from our expertise surrounding industrial IT security, automotive cybersecurity, and general industry-wide safety and security best practice.
Our experts understand your safety processes. This means we’re able to define the right measures and guide you through the various steps to ensure cybersecurity is integrated into your processes. Additionally, we offer combined safety and cybersecurity assessments.
We analyse the security of your specific component and assess and document identified vulnerabilities. This enables us to support you in understanding any critical gaps.
Together with our clients, we define appropriate protective measures and recognise residual risks based on our well-established methods. As one of the first service providers in the field of cybersecurity for safety components, TÜV SÜD offers various services from IT security managements and risk analysis to whole process analysis and technical checks of IT components and systems.
At TÜV SÜD, we offer a variety of cybersecurity and safety services for various industries like the automotive and automation industries. Our services include:
Our cybersecurity services for safety components are mainly based on the ISO/SAE 21434 standards. When it comes to automotive cybersecurity, they include process and product certifications which are relevant to the whole automotive supply chain and can also be used for type approval according to UNECE WP 29 R155.
We offer the following cybersecurity services for safety components:
o IEC 62443-4-1 secure product development lifecycle
o IEC 62443-4-1 and -4-2 for product components
o IEC 62443-4-1 and -3-3 for (control) systems
o IEC 62443-2-4 security programme for service providers
o IEC 62443-2-4 and -3-3 architecture/blueprint
Our cybersecurity workshops address various target groups with different levels of knowledge, ranging from:
Our cybersecurity and functional safety workshops address your individual needs. Together, we can identify your challenges and create your tailor-made training.
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