Global Compliance , Infrastructure as Code / Programmable Infrastructure , Next-Generation Technologies & Secure Development

How to Keep Cybercrime's Foot off the Pedal with the Auto Industry and ISO/SAE 21434

Put Your Automotive Code to the Test

As automotive systems become ever-more connected, automotive software developers need to ensure that their software is secure from cyber threats. With automotive standard ISO/SAE 21434 just around the corner, this tutorial provides expert guidance on how this standard will form a key protective component against the cyber threats facing automation development in the vehicular industry.

Watch this educational video which explains what is expected in ISO/SAE 21434, and security best practices for automotive software development teams.


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