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As automobile design increases in the complexity of its digital components, the resulting expanded attack surfaces mean that increasingy strong cybersecurity measures will be required if automotive components and systems are to work as intended. Naturally, this has given rise to increasing compliance requirements, with new regulations defining measures required to ensure automotive cybersecurity across the supply chain. Learn more about UN Regulation #155, which covers uniform requirements for vehicle design approval, as well as ISO/SAE 21434 “Road vehicles — cybersecurity engineering,” which looks at automotive electronics design and development.