Performing a Cybersecurity Threat Analysis and Risk Assessment

December 9-13, 2019 SAE International Web Seminar

SAE J3061 sets out a recommended cybersecurity engineering process framework for organizations developing cyber physical systems. One of the recommendations of this framework is to carry out a threat analysis and risk assessment early in the product development. A threat analysis identifies and models the relevant threats against assets, and a risk assessment classifies the impact and likelihood associated with each threat. The approach enables the prioritization of risks and appropriate risk treatment measures to be determined in subsequent development phases.

This live, online course, delivered in three, two-hour sessions, provides participants with the knowledge of appropriate methods to carry out threat analysis and risk assessment for the development of a typical vehicle feature.

Learning Objectives
By participating in this web seminar, you will be able to:

  • Identify relevant threats
  • Carry out threat modelling
  • Create attack tree analyses
  • Develop risk assessment
  • Determine Cybersecurity Assurance Levels and Security Goals

Who Should Attend
To get full benefit from the course, participants should have prior knowledge and experience of J3061; Participation in Keys to Creating a Cybersecurity Process from the J3061 Framework, (ID# WB1604) or equivalent training/experience is strongly recommended.

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