Date & Time
Nov 27, 2023 8:00am CET
Nov 30, 2023 1:00pm CET
Leonardo Royal Hotel
From Nov. 27-30, 2023, UL Solutions will be exhibiting and delivering a workshop at Automotive Cybersecurity Europe, a conference bringing you face-to-face with decision-makers at leading OEMs and Tier 1s within the cybersecurity, connectivity and software-defined vehicle (SDV) ecosystem. This year’s event is co-located with Software-Defined Vehicles Europe and Connected Vehicles Europe conferences.
We invite you to attend our workshop and stop by our booth to discuss your industry challenges. Our team of experts will be available to discuss how we can best support you in achieving cybersecurity compliance for your connected products.
The workshop is a three-hour deep dive into how to address compliance for automotive cybersecurity standards and regulations.
Monday, Nov. 27, 2023, from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. CET
Principal security adviser, Industrial and Automotive Cybersecurity and Functional Safety
Discover how we can support you
- We support manufacturers and operators of connected devices, from security strategy to implementation and chip to cloud, to help them meet their goals related to compliance, risk and market differentiation.
- We offer comprehensive automotive cybersecurity training, education and certifications to help product engineers and security professionals understand relevant security processes, related standards and their impact on products, components and systems. You can get an introduction to automotive cybersecurity and ISO/SAE 21434 training, threat modeling and threat analysis training, as well as training of the principles of risk management.
- We provide holistic digital security strategies to help you successfully design innovations that safely connect people and technology. We conduct cybersecurity hardware and software testing on automotive components and systems to help customers understand their product’s exploitation risk and validate their security measures.
- We also audit cybersecurity management systems for compliance with industry requirements, including ISO/SAE 21434 and WP.29 R155 and R156. We perform invasive and noninvasive component and system penetration tests based on vulnerability analysis and management. Our testing capabilities include black box, gray box and white box testing to identify potential vulnerabilities and understand how a hacker might exploit weaknesses in automotive components or systems.