New Cybersecurity Standards
Car manufacturers now face the challenge of having to secure access to sensitive production data not only within their own company, but also on the their suppliers’ end – all without blocking the flow of information and slowing down technological innovation. New cybersecurity standards in the automotive sector aim to ensure appropriate protection throughout all phases of production.
The standards TISAX and TPISR, for example, lay out cybersecurity guidelines for suppliers in order to prevent industrial espionage and stop critical information from being leaked. New international standards, such as UNECE WP.29 and ISO/SAE 21434, establish regulations for vehicle software and ongoing updates, as well as security management during development.
To meet this growing regulatory demand, manufacturers and suppliers must find suitable software solutions that integrate seamlessly with their day-to-day operations.