To ensure vehicle security quality, we provide threat analysis services. To realize high functionality of vehicles such as automotive IoT and autonomous car, it is essential to take measures against cyber attacks. On these backgrounds, UN-R155 (*1) and UN-R156 (*2) came into force as UN regulations on January 22, 2021, and Japan is the first country to enforce them.(*1) UN-R155: Cyber Security and Cyber Security Management System (CSMS) for Vehicles
(*2) UN-R156: Software Update and Software Update Management System (SUMS) for Vehicles
To meet the requirements of UN-R155 and UN-R156, it is necessary to demonstrate that appropriate measures have
been implemented by using various best practices (e.g. "ISO/SAE 21434", which is currently being
In this service, threat analysis is conducted by experts for automotive security considering UN regulations (UN-R155, UN-R156), international standards (ISO/SAE 21434), and other automotive security guidelines (NHTSA Best Practice, JASPAR standards/technical documents, etc.)
- Automotive security experts More than 50 ECU assessments have been performed and threat analysis is performed by automotive security experts.
- Threat analysis based on UN regulations, international standards, and other automotive guidelines We conduct threat analysis in consideration of UN regulations (UN-R155, UN-R156), international standards (ISO/SAE 21434), and other automotive guidelines (NHTSA Best Practice, JASPAR standards/technical documents, etc.)
- Performed in domestic sites Whole threat analysis is conducted in Japan.