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Automotive Cyber Security Standards

Safely implement UNECE WP29, ISO 21434 and TISAX

Automotive value creation is increasingly determined by networked technologies. One of the main threats is the leakage of confidential information and targeted attacks on IT systems. Cyber security is therefore primarily about professional risk assessment and establishing suitable measures to ward off threats. The automotive industry has established a bundle of measures to ensure greater security in this area.

In this seminar, the contents and interrelationships of the three most important regulations on cyber security will be presented in a practical manner: "Draft Recommendation on Cyber Security of the Task Force on Cyber Security and Over-the-air issues of UNECE WP.29 GRVA", "Road vehicles - Cybersecurity engineering" (ISO 21434) and "Trusted Information Security Assessment Exchange" (TISAX).

These works provide criteria of the marketability of a vehicle with regard to cyber security (UNECE), a project-specific cyber security lifecycle in the operating environment (ISO 21434) as well as sufficient protection along the value chain (TISAX and ISO 27001).

The implementation of these standards succeeds the better, the more one recognises the commonalities and coordinates them with each other.


    Target group

    This workshop is aimed at specialists and managers from the automotive and supplier industry, e.g. from the following areas

    • Compliance/Process Management
    • Cybersecurity/Information Security Systems
    • Project Management/Technical Purchasing and Sales
    • Development and system engineering (hardware and software)
    • Testing at system, hardware and software level
    • Quality management and quality assurance


    Seminar Dates

    You can book this seminar via the VDI-Wissenforum or as an inhouse training!

    22nd-23rd of March 2022, Stuttgart
    26th-27th of July 2022, Hannover
    22nd-23rd of November 2022, Online


    Seminar Coaching

    Engineer Juergen Belz, the Managing Director of PROMETO GmbH, Paderborn

    After studying electrical engineering with a focus on automation, Mr. Belz led the development of systems and software of hybrid vehicles at Continental. This achievement was honoured with an award in the category " Trendsetting Software Initiative". Afterwards, he was globally in charge of the processes, methods and tools used in the development of hardware and software at Hella, an automotive supplier, for seven years. Under his leadership, Hella successfully became the first supplier to achieve SPICE Level 3 and launched the first prototype AUTOSAR control unit that was installed in a vehicle. Since 2010, Mr. Belz is a Senior Consultant for Safety & Security at PROMETO.

    PROMETO offers processes, tools and specialists necessary for the development of safe products.


    Please feel free to contact us!