Automobile systems are increasingly networked with each other and with the environment and implement ever higher levels of automation. This makes it necessary to deal with the entire issue of safety in a systematic manner, because safety of E/E systems has two dimensions. Functional safety is about protecting the environment from the vehicle. Cybersecurity, in turn, focuses on protecting the vehicle from the environment. In the development of modern vehicles and their software, the consideration of functional safety has long been an important part of development. At the latest since ISO 26262 (“Road vehicles – Functional safety”) came into force in 2011, the topic has been receiving increased attention. The topic of cybersecurity, on the other hand, has long been seriously neglected in the automotive industry. This has begun to change in recent years. Firstly, through the SAE Cybersecurity Guidebook J3061, which for the first time described a uniform procedure for cybersecurity in the automotive sector, even more so with the emergence of the new ISO 21434, whose DIS was published in February 2020. On the basis of our profound cybersecurity know-how gained in the course of numerous projects, we support our customers in the introduction and implementation of this new standard. Our many years of experience in the implementation of ISO 26262 as well as in the design of corresponding processes and the best practices gained from this are also used in this process. The goal is clear: to develop secure automotive systems, “safe and secure”.