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G-32 Cyber Physical Systems Security Committee

The G-32 Cyber Physical Systems Security Committee (CPSS) is developing documents addressing CPSS intended for multi-sector, cross-industry (commercial, defense, and other high reliability and/or critical systems in aerospace, transportation, medical, etc.) use to address weaknesses and vulnerabilities of the system and system elements (e.g. software, firmware, hardware). Cross-industry/cross-sector participation actively participating in the committee includes members from industry (e.g. Aerospace, Automotive, Defense, Medical Devices, Industrial Control Devices, IoT, and Banking & Finance), government, and academia.  

SAE International and ISO Publish First-Of-Its Kind Standard for Automotive Cybersecurity Engineering

SAE International, in collaboration with the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), published a draft of the new ISO/SAE 21434™ Standard to address automotive cybersecurity engineering. The new standard is designed to help the industry define a structured process to ensure cybersecurity is incorporated into the design of road vehicles, including systems, components software and connections to any external device or network.

Lockheed Martin develops cybersecurity standardization model

The Cyber Resiliency Level (CRL) model is a risk-based, mission-focused and cost-conscious framework that provides a structured set of methodologies and processes to help measure risk across six categories. Each category is defined across four levels of increasing maturity and have been noted by the U.S. Department of Defense as top concerns.

Can crypto reduce mobile phone use when driving?

Dolphin Technologies GmbH – an Austrian company specializing in telematics solutions for insurance companies – has spun up a new cryptocurrency that could lead to less mobile phone-related traffic accidents. The company’s Mobilio app rewards drivers with points when they ignore their mobile phones while driving.
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