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VEHICLE CYBERSECURITY REGULATION UNECE/R155

First training course on UNECE/R155 regulation. It covers everything from what current vehicles are like and what technologies they include to what risks users face, what kind of cyber-attacks have been occurring in recent years against vehicles and fleets, and who is already testing vehicles to measure their cybersecurity.

DESCRIPTION

On 22 January 2021, the UNECE/R155 regulation came into force, which will oblige vehicles which are already real ‘computers on wheels’ – to have a cybersecurity certificate. This regulation affects cars, buses, trucks, motorhomes and trailers… and its entry into force will affect multiple sectors: vehicle manufacturers of components, dealers, end users, insurers or workshops

Grupo CYBENTIA, in collaboration with EUROCYBCAR presents the first UNECE/R155 cybersecurity training course. The training provides an overview of the sector, ranging from what current vehicles are like and what technologies they include to the risks faced by users, what kind of cyber-attacks have been occurring in recent years against vehicles and fleets or who is already testing vehicles to measure their cybersecurity, according to the requirements of the regulations.

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MODULE 1
WHY CYBERSECURITY REGULATION FOR VEHICLES

CONTENT:

The connected car: vehicle equipment.

Devices and technologies that vehicles will carry, by law, in the coming years.

Electric vehicles: what cyber threats they are exposed to.

Recorded attacks on vehicles: All records were broken in 2020.

Recorded attacks on vehicle fleets.

Consequences of an attack: on fleets, on vehicles -cars, trucks, vans, motorhomes…- on dealers, on electric vehicles…

Conclusions

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MODULE 2
WHAT CYBERSECURITY REQUIREMENTS A VEHICLE MUST MEET TO BE SOLD IN THE EU

CONTENT:

– Safety regulations since 2000: Analysis of the main vehicle safety regulations generated by the EU from 2000 until today.

– The regulations that the European Union takes from the United Nations – Pre-UNECE/R155 initiatives in Spain, Europe and worldwide.

– How and who has participated in the regulation and what have been the phases.

– Conclusions

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MODULE 3
THE UNECE/R155 REGULATION: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW

CONTENT:

– What the regulation refers to.

– The stages of development of the regulation.

– Initiatives prior to the regulation.

– Previous EU regulations.

– Countries that will implement it.

– The details of the ‘cyber safe vehicle’ label.

– What the CSMS is and how it will affect workshops, factories, dealers…

Conclusions

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MODULE 4
THE UNECE/R155 REGULATION: THE 70 REQUIREMENTS A VEHICLE MUST MEET TO OBTAIN THE CYBERSECURITY CERTIFICATE

CONTENTS:

-The processes for obtaining the “cyber-secure vehicle” certificate.

-The 70 requirements that a cyber-secure vehicle must meet.

-Index of the original document.

-The analysis of cyber vulnerabilities.

-The mitigations to be implemented in a cyber-insured vehicle.

-The possible sanctions if the UNECE/R155 regulation is not complied with.

-Conclusions.

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MODULE 5
HOW TO MEASURE AND CERTIFY VEHICLE CYBERSECURITY: THE EUROCYBCAR TEST

CONTENT:

– How is cybersecurity analyzed?

– Methodologies for analyzing the cybersecurity of IoT devices.

– Why the ‘Common Criteria’ and ‘Lince’ methodologies are not suitable for analyzing the cybersecurity of vehicles and why a separate methodology is needed.

– What are the tests to be passed and who is already performing them: The EUROCYBCAR Test.

– Conclusions.

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MODULE 6
IMPACT OF UNECE/R155 ON THE AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR

CONTENT:

– Main actors involved in the automotive sector.

– Manufacturers: What role they play in the automotive sector, how regulations affect them, the implementation of new policies and their consequences for the future.

– Dealers: The role they play and how the regulations affect them, in addition to the new concept of the dealer and their relationship with the customer.

– Insurers: How they are dealing with the regulation and the new business framework that opens up for them after the regulation comes into force.

– Workshops: The influence of the regulations, the new workshop concept, the creation of new professional profiles and relations with other actors.

– Training: Objectives for the sector, the new training strategy and its importance.

– Customers/Users: Does the regulation change the relationship with other actors and their criteria when purchasing a vehicle?

– Conclusions.

COURSE MODALITY

Online

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