Norms, standards, regulations and processes

Embedded systems are increasingly networked with each other and the environment and face an ever-increasing degree of automation. As a result, cybersecurity requirements are also constantly increasing. To meet these requirements, several new norms, standards, and regulations for cybersecurity have been created in recent years. Especially in the automotive industry, where UN regulations (R155, R156) and ISO/SAE 21434, mandatory for type approval, have been introduced. But also in other sectors, where customers increasingly demand compliance with standards such as IEC 62443 or the ISO 27000 series.

Understanding which norms, standards, and regulations are relevant and what they mean for daily development work can be challenging. We help you gain this understanding and, taking into account your individual needs, requirements, and existing processes, add cybersecurity aspects to your processes to efficiently and effectively meet the demands placed on you.

Project references

Automotive
Cybersecurity Gap Analysis according to ISO / SAE 21434

Learn more

Commercial Vehicles
Cybersecurity Awareness Workshops

Learn more

Do you have questions about Cybersecurity, or are you considering hiring external support?

Please feel free to contact me at any time. Click on the button below and easily choose a time slot for us to discuss your project without obligation and free of charge.

Schedule appointment

Sebastian Wirth
Business Unit Manager Cybersecurity