As the automotive industry becomes more complex, and more connected, cybersecurity is emerging as a major concern, and therefore priority, for development teams.
According to Juniper Research, there are 206 million cars on the road with embedded connectivity and by 2025, the number of vehicles leveraging 5G embedded connectivity will surpass 30 million –– over eight million of those in the United States alone.
One standard in particular has been developed to address cybersecurity risks in the design and development of car electronics – ISO SAE 21434 “Road vehicles — Cybersecurity Engineering.”
In this session we will discuss:
Overview of managing requirements in ISO 21434
Similarities between requirements for functional safety and cybersecurity
Updating an example requirements management data model for cybersecurity requirements
Proposal for implementing a TARA in a requirements management database
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