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Join us for our upcoming ASRG-WORLD LiveStream, the global online (COVID19 Approved) version of ASRG. This time we have the pleasure of hosting Philipp Veronesi (Founder and Managing Director of CYRES Consulting) and Egon Zank (Head of Academy, Trainer and Coach at CYRES Consulting). During this presentation we get an overview about what is behind The Automotive Cybersecurity Professional (ACP) Framework and how it helps the Industry to act with new norms and regulations like ISO/SAE 21434 or UN R155. Behind these is the need to establish an organization wide and holistic cybersecurity culture and awareness. The ACP supports being prepared for upcoming cybersecurity compliance audits and assessments.
"Cybersecurity competency based ACP Framework"
The ISO/SAE 21434 requires the organisation wide evidence of competence management. Besides, also the UN Regulation No. 155 similarly claims the establishment and maintenance of a cybersecurity culture and awareness. De facto, the majority of automotive players are lacking a cybersecurity competency based framework being practically applicable. Having an eye on upcoming cybersecurity compliance audits and type approvals, the automotive industry is in great need of a holistic cybersecurity competence management for reaching compliance. How? The answer is the ACP Framework. The Automotive Cybersecurity Professional (ACP) Framework establishes the industry standard to meet these challenges.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:
Philipp is founder and managing director of CYRES Consulting, one of the leading automotive cybersecurity consultancies with headquarters in Munich, Germany, and a branch office in Riga, Latvia. In addition to its consulting services for OEMs, leading global Tier-1 suppliers and beyond, CYRES also runs the CYRES Academy which has established itself as a highly reputable global provider of advanced education, certified training and coaching in the field of applied cybersecurity in the automotive industry. Philipp Veronesi has many years of practical experience not only in engineering but also in the management of technically challenging development projects for leading players in the automotive industry, including BMW, Audi, Rolls Royce, and others.
Egon has worked as a professional trainer for 15 years and influenced through this time employees of various Automotive and other Tech companies. He himself has some different certifications and accreditations like for example as Quality-Auditor DEKRA Academy. Additionally he works in projects for Leadership and Management Training, Train-the-Trainer, Digital Learning, Service and Sales Management and others. His skills and experiences are an important input to form the Automotive Cybersecurity Professional (ACP) Framework.
Join us for our upcoming ASRG-WORLD LiveStream, the global online (COVID19 Approved) version of ASRG. This time we have the pleasure of hosting Rossen Naydenov (Officer in Network Information Security at ENISA). During this presentation we will see which work the Agency has done in connected and automated mobility, what information they created about it and which documents they published referring to challenges in cybersecurity and stakeholders. We will get some recommendations about measures to mitigate security risks and which online tools were developed to support the industry.
"ENISA and Cybersecurity in the connected and automated mobility world"
This presentation shows us which work the Agency has done in connected and automated mobility, what information they created about it and which documents they published referring to challenges in cybersecurity and stakeholders which plays important roles in this field. Additionally some recommendations about measures to mitigate security risks will be provided and we see which online tools were developed to support the industry.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Rossen is a network and information security expert, focusing on cyber security in critical sectors, mainly in finance and transport. Areas of expertise include cloud computing, big data and emerging technologies like IoT, and blockchain.
He works within the ENISA Secure Infrastructure & Services unit, conducting research on topics like security measures, incident reporting and policy implementation. He has more than 15 years of experience in information security collected from various positions in his career. In recent years, he has been involved in conducting studies in automotive studies. The latest report on Smart Cars security from 2019 covers cybersecurity assets, threats and security measures covering level 4 and 5 of autonomy.