This training is conducted in partnership with Kugler Maag.
TÜV Nord Cybersecurity Engineer (Automotive)
This course, which is certified by German technical inspectorate TÜV Nord, equips you with specific insights into different ways to develop cybersecurity requirements in an automotive setting. These include the automotive security standard ISO/SAE DIS 21434, the homologation requirements of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), functional safety (ISO 26262) and the security add-on to Automotive SPICE®.
Content of training:
- THE MOTIVATIONS BEHIND ISO/SAE 21434
- INTRODUCTION TO SECTIONS 1 TO 4 OF ISO/SAE 21434
- REGULAR TASKS OF CYBERSECURITY
- CYBERSECURITY MANAGEMENT
- RISK ASSESSMENT METHODS
- DIFFERENT PHASES OF THE LIFE CYCLE
- DISTRIBUTED CYBERSECURITY ACTIVITIES
- ISO/SAE 21434 ANNEXES
Following the course, there’s a exam on the last day. If you have successfully passed the exam, you are certified by TUEV Nord as a Cybersecurity Engineer (Automotive).
Training to become an Automotive Security Engineer is targeted at decision-makers and people with responsibility in the development functions of manufacturers and automotive suppliers.
Objectives and results
This certification course allows you to:
- Become familiar with the new ISO/SAE DIS 21434 security standard
- Understand regulations, requirements and work outputs
- Understand the background to different types of regulations
- Consolidate your understanding through exercises
- Learn about UNECE WP.29 homologation requirements
- Understand Cybersecurity SPICE, the future intacs™ add-on to Automotive SPICE®
- Explore ways to achieve your cybersecurity objectives
There are no formal prerequisites for participating in this course. We highly recommend a profound knowledge on systems engineering in electronic development, or on AUTOMOTIVE SPICE , or on FUNCTIONAL SAFETY. A general understanding on cybersecurity in automotive electronics is advisable as well.