Automotive Cybersecurity Compliance
New standards are driving compliance initiatives and will need to be incorporated into ‘Security by Design’ workflows.
Due to new security standards and requirements like ISO/SAE 21434 and UNECE R155, automotive suppliers now need to be compliant in their hardware and software programs, while ensuring a transparent and well-documented ‘Security by Design’ process.
ISO/SAE 21434 “Road Vehicles – Cybersecurity Engineering” contains requirements for cybersecurity processes and a common language for communicating and managing cybersecurity risk, including:
- Cybersecurity testing with adequate coverage
- Comprehensive system and hardware verification
- Defined cybersecurity processes and policies for the development process
- Adherence to cybersecurity best practices
Radix facilitates and streamlines the process for meeting and documenting automotive hardware cybersecurity compliance aligned by:
- Enabling a repeatable and scalable process to easily demonstrate and document evidence needed for security certification as required by ISO/SAE 21434
- Amplifying existing verification tools for broader security coverage and greater insight into emerging and known security weaknesses
- Reducing the effort of comprehensive security testing and verification
- Prioritizing security by identifying and addressing security vulnerabilities before chips and electronic components are manufactured
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