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Trends in Vehicle Security Regulations

At the UNECE World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP29), a new Working Party on Automated/Autonomous and Connected Vehicles (GRVA) was launched to establish standards relating to autonomous driving and discuss cybersecurity standards for connected cars.

UNECE Automated/Autonomous Vehicle Standards Formulation Structure


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Standardization Trends

At WP29 in June 2020, international standards on cybersecurity were established, and responses are required primarily in Japan and Europe (to be enforced in January 2021, for new models from July 2022 onward in Japan and Europe). Cybersecurity refers to the international standard ISO21434, and OTA is also scheduled to pass international standards in the future. OTA is expected to reference ISO24089 in the future.

Vehicle Compliance with International Standards (WP29 and ISO standards)

ISO21434 Component Elements

ISO21434—which is referred to in international standards—requires a wide range of responses, in addition to the field of cybersecurity monitoring relating to connected car security.

ISO21434 Component Elements