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The Best Practices cover organizational and technical aspects of vehicle cybersecurity, including governance, risk management, security by design, threat detection, incident response, training, and collaboration with appropriate third parties.The Best Practices expand on the Framework for Automotive Cybersecurity Best Practices (“Framework”) published in January 2016 by the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers (“Auto Alliance”) and the Association of Global Automakers (“Global Automakers”).The Best Practices emphasize risk management, including the identification of risks and implementation of reasonable risk-reduction measures.The Best Practices are written for use by OEMs, suppliers, and the commercial vehicle sector.Request Best Practice Guides Together, these seven Functions cover the diverse factors affecting cybersecurity across the connected vehicle ecosystem.The Functions influence each other, and many Best Practices have applicability across Functions and vehicle lifecycle phases.
Best Practices FAQs As vehicles become increasingly connected and autonomous, the security and integrity of automotive systems is a top priority for the automotive industry.
This includes the development of Best Practices to secure the motor vehicle ecosystem.
To further this objective, the Automotive Information Sharing and Analysis Center (“Auto-ISAC”) has undertaken the task of creating and maintaining a series of Automotive Cybersecurity Best Practices (“Best Practices”).
This risk-based approach enables all organizations— regardless of size, vehicle technology, or cybersecurity maturity—to tailor Best Practice implementation in a manner appropriate to their systems, services, and organizational structures.
Cybersecurity experts agree that a future vehicle with zero risk is unobtainable and unrealistic.