SAE International J3061™ 
The World’s First Standard on Automotive Cybersecurity
A Global Discussion

Program Sponsored by:

Available On-Demand until December 3, 2017

Purpose:

This SAE Standards Webinar is an overview presentation and discussion about the new Cybersecurity Standard – SAE J3061™: Cybersecurity Guidebook for Cyber-Physical Vehicle Systems. It consists of four sessions:

  • Introduction and Overview of SAE Recommended Practice J3061™ “Cybersecurity Guidebook for Cyber-Physical Vehicle Systems”
  • Parallels Between J3061™ and Functional Safety Lifecycle in ISO 26262
  • Hardware Protected Security for Ground Vehicles and SAE Draft Document J3101
  • Overview of NHTSA’s Vehicle Cybersecurity Research Program and Goals

An audience Q&A session will follow each session.

 

Abstract:

While the media continues its examination of specific vehicle cyber incidents and their implications for the automotive industry, SAE’s Cyber Standards committee of international subject matter experts worked to prioritize cybersecurity concerns and set out aggressively to address them.

The members thoroughly reviewed global, industry practices aimed at preventing and mitigating vehicle cyber threats and examined international research data, including government and industry collaboration, and privately funded industry consortia.

The result is the world’s first Automotive Recommended Practice, SAE J3061™, which provides needed guidance on ways to design a complex system to perform a desired function while limiting its ability to be exploited to do something malicious.

Our speaker panels will offer insight into ways to address these challenges and answer questions from audience members. Register for this one-of-a-kind preview of one of the most important standards needed for the safe and secure deployment of increased vehicle levels of automation and connectivity.

J3061™ Is Not For The Automotive Industry ONLY!

J3061™ was originally intended for use in the ground vehicle transportation sector; however, its principles, guidance, and process are relevant to other sectors including:

  • Aerospace
  • Medical Devices
  • Infrastructure
  • Transportation
  • Energy
  • Software Systems Designers and Integrators

Program Agenda:

Session 1 –
Introduction and Overview of SAE Recommended Practice J3061™ “Cybersecurity Guidebook for Cyber-Physical Vehicle Systems”
Two experts will examine the motivation, development, and objectives of SAE J3061™, discuss its current status, and offer key definitions.

Speakers:
Lisa Boran, Ford Motor Company – Security Attribute Leader
J3061™ Task Force Chairperson and Document Sponsor

Barbara Czerny, ZF TRW – Sr. Technical Specialist
Safety Assessor (DAS and IE NA)
Cybersecurity Specialist

 

Session 2 –
Parallels Between J3061™ and Functional Safety Lifecycle in ISO 26262
In the second part of the program, an expert on functional safety will review the parallels and contact points between cybersecurity and the wider aspects of systems assurance such as functional safety – in other words, between SAE J3061™ and ISO 26262’s functional safety lifecycle.

Speaker:
Dr. David Ward, HORIBA MIRA – Head of Functional Safety
J3061™ Task Force Member

 

Session 3 –
Hardware Protected Security for Ground Vehicles and SAE Draft Document J3101
In the third part of the program, the current status of SAE J3101 “Vehicle Electrical Hardware Security” (WiP – Work in Progress) will be explored.

Speaker:
Bill Mazzara
J3101 : Vehicle Electrical Hardware Security Task Force Chairperson
Fiat Chrysler Global Vehicle Cybersecurity Strategist

 

Session 4 –
Overview of NHTSA’s Vehicle Cybersecurity Research Program and Goals
 In the final part of the program, a NHTSA representative will share information about NHTSA’s ongoing cybersecurity research.

Speaker:
Cem Hatipoglu
NHTSA Chief
Electronics Systems Safety – Vehicle Safety Research


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