New in PROOF maturity model: ISO/DIS 24089 and NHTSA Cybersecurity Best Practices
PROOF, the automotive cybersecurity maturity model from ETAS and KPMG, supports OEMs and suppliers in implementing a cybersecurity management system. To keep pace with the market’s expanding needs, PROOF is being continuously improve and has been in use at OEMs and suppliers worldwide since 2019.
PROOF has now been updated to include two additional standards and guidelines:
ISO / DIS 24089: Road vehicles — Software update engineering
NHTSA Cybersecurity Best Practices for the Safety of Modern Vehicles (2020 Draft)
The update is available immediately to all PROOF subscribers. In total, PROOF currently covers the following standards, guidelines, and regulations: ISO/SAE 21434:2021, UN R 155, UN R 156, VDA ACSMS Red Volume (1st Ed.), JasPar TD-CSP-12 V1.10, ISO/PAS 5112 (Annex A), PSIRT Services Framework 1.1, CN ICV Access Guide, KBA requirements catalogue, NHTSA Best Practices and ISO/DIS 24089.
PROOF will be continuously expanded according to the latest developments and requirements. The mapping of ISO / DIS 24089 will be updated as soon as the final standard is released. NHTSA Cybersecurity Best Practices will be updated to the 2022 pre-final soon.