UNECE CyberSecurity Regulation for Automotive

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  • When: April 30, 2020 | 6 p.m. Central Europian Summer Time(UTC+02)

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    Who: Dragos Dabija IoT Security Manager at Accenture

    UNECE CyberSecurity Regulation for Automotive

    Currently, Automotive Cybersecurity Regulation is minimal, with only best practices documentation and guidebooks published. However, there are international bodies working on closing this gap. The UNECE WP.29 forms the largest international vehicle regulatory system in the world. WP.29 is expected to become, in 2020, the first regulation that mandates cyber security in connected and autonomous vehicles. The new UN Regulation provisions the requirements an OEM needs to meet with regards to cyber security management system (CSMS) and software update management system (SUMS).

    About the Presenter:

    I am a security manager, leading the Romanian IoT & Connected Vehicle security practice. I am also a member of AUTO-ISAC, ISACA, ISC2, IAPP security communities and chapter lead for ASRG-BUC in Romania. I had the chance to feed my passion around automotive security with multiple OEMs across different geographies. My area of expertise spans across topics like: Autonomous Driving, Threat Modelling, Secure Product Development Lifecycle, Vehicle Security Testing, Governance and Compliance, Android in Automotive, and Security Operating Model.

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