Article 4, entitled “General Considerations” of the Standard, states that “the application of this document is limited to elements and components related to cybersecurity within or inside the vehicle This upstream knowledge hub serves as a home for information and education resources on cybersecurity standards and regulations in the automotive industry, contains answers to frequently asked questions about CSMS regulation and ISO/SAE 21434 and provides free tools to help OEMs and other automakers move toward effective compliance. Threats related to external connectivity and vehicle connection Regulations list 3 potential threats related to external connectivity and vehicle connections: vehicle telematics manipulation, remote operating systems and short-range wireless communication systems, use of third-party applications in the event of an attack, and the use of devices connected to external interfaces as means of attack. The standard provides a standardized cybersecurity framework, establishes cybersecurity as an integral part of engineering throughout a vehicle`s lifecycle, from concept to closure, ensures that cybersecurity is taken into account in post-production processes (software updates, service and maintenance, incident response, etc.) and calls for effective methods of cybersecurity lessons, training and communication in the automotive industry. including after-sales and service parts. Systems outside the scope of the vehicle may be considered for cybersecurity purposes, but do not fall within the scope of this document. Below are examples of what can be considered for the vehicle level as a whole: you are working on an example that allows you to familiarize yourself with the complex field of cybersecurity in the automotive industry and the knowledge that comes with it. You benefit from detailed information from Kugler Maag Co.`s large-scale commercial projects in many improvement projects. In the past, both organizations had worked individually to establish safety and safety standards for motor vehicles; ISO 26262 had previously established functional safety standards and SAE J3061 laid the groundwork for cybersecurity standards.