How to keep cybercrime’s foot off the pedal with ISO 21434
As automotive systems become ever-more connected, this webinar will look at how automotive software developers are acting to ensure their software is secure from cyber threats
With automotive standard ISO 21434 just around the corner, this webinar will focus on how it will form a key protective component against the cyber threats facing automation software developers
Automotive systems are becoming more connected, forcing automotive software developers to work harder than ever before to ensure their software is protected from cyber threats from a variety of sources.
In this webinar, Automotive IQ will be joined by Jill Britton, Director of Compliance, and Steve Howard, SCA Specialist and Technical Services Lead, both of Perforce, as they explore what is being done within automotive software to safeguard against potentially lethal attacks to on-board automotive systems.
Much of the focus of this session will zero in on ISO 21434 – a forthcoming automotive standard focusing on the cybersecurity risks in road vehicle electronic systems – which will form a key protective component against the many cyber threats facing the development of automation software.
Join this webinar to find out more about:
- The growing number of cyber threats facing automotive software developers.
- The latest standards and coding guidelines for automotive software.
- The impact ISO 21434 will have on the industry’s approach to cybersecurity risks.
Jill Britton, Director of Compliance at Perforce
Jill Britton has more than 30 years of embedded software experience across a variety of industries. She has worked as a software engineer and manager for telecommunications, automotive, defense and education software.
Britton is now Director of Compliance at Perforce and is a committee member of MISRA. Jill holds a BSc. in Computer Science and Statistics from Newcastle University, and a MSc. in Computer Science from Brunel University London.
Steve Howard, SCA Specialist and Technical Services Lead at Perforce
Steve Howard has more than 15 years of experience in the software verification and validation space, with the majority of that time spent working with static analysis.