The training bridges the gap between formalized safety frameworks such as ISO 26262, SAE J3061-20161 and the upcoming ISO/SAE 21434 and the best practices in security. It provides three levels of security insight, and covers the following areas of expertise:
Part 1: Fast track your security
Adding security to a product is expensive. Learn about the typical lifespan of software and hardware solutions, the importance of testing and how you can reduce costs.
Part 2: Security Requirements Engineering
Save time in learning how to adhere to the security requirements by getting an indepth overview of the five most common TARA methodologies.
Part 3: Secure code development
Explore techniques collected over 20 years of code reviews, to systematically discover vulnerabilities in code. Assess the impact of vulnerabilities for deploying a cost effective remediation plan.
Part 4: ISO/SAE 21434
In an easy, concise and informal style find out how the new cybersecurity regulation ISO/SAE 21434 affects your development.