With the ISS Automotive Security Summit in November 2020, we hosted our first own dialogue event, demonstrating the ISS’s capacity to foster know-how transfer and networking between the relevant actors in the community. Moreover, the event helped to monitor the development and implementation of international Cybersecurity regulations. With this, the ISS also aims to serve as a dialogue enabler between the international regulatory bodies, national agencies and private entities.
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With the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe’s (UNECE) new regulations on cybersecurity for autonomous and automated vehicles being adopted in the summer of 2020, the ISS as a working member of the World Forum for the Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29), started a dialogue initiative surrounding the new regulations.
The initiative’s aim is to inform the German automotive industry about the implementation process and the content of the new regulations R.155 and R.156, in order to help the industry cope with the challenges posed by the regulations. This process was kicked off during the ISS Automotive Security Summit in November 2020, which brought together members of the industry with the Secretary of UNECE’s Working Party on Automated/Autonomous and Connected Vehicles to discuss the implications of the new regulations.
After the regulations’ entry into force in January 2021, the ISS invited German car manufacturers and suppliers to a further round of dialogue on March 25th 2021, to more concretely identify upcoming challenges and needs of stakeholders in this process.
The ISS continues to provide a format for information exchange and discussions on this topic.