New 2024 cybersecurity regulations for vehicles

Posted on 13/06/2024, by
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The UN R155 and UN R156 regulations are of vital importance for vehicle cybersecurity. From July 2022, all car manufacturers that want to be type-approved must comply with both regulations, but from July 2024 this requirement will be extended to all new vehicles sold in the European Union, regardless of when the manufacturer obtained type-approval. One of the most important aspects of compliance with both regulations is the completion of a cybersecurity risk assessment of the vehicle, including all integrated components of the vehicle's supply chain. On the other hand, it also specifies how to incorporate cybersecurity from design, how to detect and respond to incidents, how to securely update vehicle software, etc. 

CharGEN cyberattacks based on the CharGEN protocol

Updated on 31/05/2024, by
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En este post se presentan algunas líneas de actuación que deben seguirse para hacer frente a un ciberataque DrDoS basado en el protocolo CharGEN, describiendo detalladamente las fases de prevención, identificación y respuesta a adoptar.

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