Two-Day Course Overview
Software and hardware in electronic systems have become key differentiating factors in today’s automobile design and development. With the rising role of electronics in automobiles, cybersecurity has increasingly become a critical aspect of the overall product design and development.
Our comprehensive course will enable participants to gain a good understanding of the security processes, related standards, and their impact on the automotive industry, provided by a UL Cybersecurity expert. Exercises and examples are used within the presentation to show how the requirements and concepts of various concepts and standards are applied.
Cybersecurity Training Topics
- Cybersecurity general concepts
- Attack descriptions, from servers through embedded to automotive
- Risk assessment models
- Type of attacks and countermeasures
- Threat models – theory and exercise
- Cybersecurity countermeasures in the embedded ecosystem
- Available countermeasures on the automotive domain
- Cyberescurity assurance
- Features analogies between the payments industry and connected technologies
- Regulations and standards
- Introducing different organizations that regulate the automotive world (CC, SAE, ISO, UNECE)
- Introducting the SAE J3061, ISO/SAE 21434, and Automotive SPICE® standards
- Cybersecurity in the automotive industry
- Automotive attack surfaces and countermeasures
- Supply chain cybersecurity
- Risk and cyber threats in the automotive industry
- Cybersecurity in automotive – theory and exercise
Optional UL-CCSP Exam
Participants who complete the two-day training are eligible to take a two hour certification exam on the afternoon of the second day. Those who pass the exam are individually certified as a UL Certified Cybersecurity Professional in Automotive or UL-CCSP.