ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity, has recently published their updated report highlighting the importance of cybersecurity for connected cars. The ENISA report is the latest in a series of industry standards and best practices around the topic of automotive cybersecurity.

In this blog series we review the guidelines listed in the report. We also provide our insights on the challenges the industry is facing today around these areas, and suggest possible solutions.

Our review of the guidelines follows the same categorization as the report. Each blog will review each category and some of the challenges it brings.

ENISA Cybersecurity Good Practices Overview 
Cybersecurity Good Practices Overview, ENISA Report on Automotive Cybersecurity (2019)

In Part 1 we covered Policies.
In Part 2 we covered Organisational Policies.
In Part 3 we covered Technical Policies.

Note: Our review is not intended to be comprehensive. While we cover many of the guidelines, it is not a complete review. We recommend to carefully read Chapter 4 of the report for the complete details.

If you want to learn more about additional security regulations, standards and best-practices, check out our regulations knowledge hub.

So let’s get right to it - Click here to read Part 1 of the series.

About the Author

Eyal Traitel

Eyal manages the customer facing activities at Cybellum, working closely with automotive OEMs and suppliers’ product security teams on implementation of risk assessment solutions, developing customer education programs and technical content around automotive cyber security and standards compliance.

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