Volume 18 • Issue 4
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SOFTWARE ENGINEERING PROCESSES
Automotive Security: Challenges, Standards, and Solutions *Open Access*
By Alexander Much
Systems and software engineering for vehicles has become more complex. Rooted in product and process quality, organizations have included functional safety aspects and are now facing the need to include automotive security in their development processes, as well as into the products they build.
SOFTWARE QUALITY MANAGEMENT
Integrating Automotive SPICE, Functional Safety, and Cybersecurity Concepts: A Cybersecurity Layer Model *Open Access*
By Richard Messnarz, Christian Kreiner, and Andreas Riel
This article gives a contribution to the OEMs’ and suppliers’ efforts to achieve the integration of ASPICE, functional safety, and cybersecurity in their development processes. Building on their previous works, the authors suggest methods to integrate cybersecurity considerations as well.
Functional Safety Certification from Automotive to Medical
By Alastair Walker
This article suggests a strategy for assessing systems including either or both electronic hardware and software that uses some of the techniques introduced in the ISO 26262:2011 (ISO 2011) automotive functional safety standard.
STANDARDS AND MODELS
Integrating Assessment Models for ASPICE, Functional Safety, and
By Christian Santer, Richard Messnarz, Alexander Much, Damjan Ekert, and Andreas Riel
This article describes a framework to extend the process assessment model based on ASPICE to meet the requirements of ISO 26262 for a functional safety audit and outlines the results of current work where the cybersecurity guidebook SAE J3061 will be integrated within 2016.
Integrating Automotive Hazard and Threat Analysis Methods: How Does This Fit with Assumptions of the SAE J3061?
By Georg Macher, Andreas Riel, and Christian Kreiner
In this article, a review of a combined approach to a safety and security threat analysis method and the recommendations of the SAE J3061 guidebook regarding threat analysis and risk is given. This work examines the integration of HARA and TARA and how this fits in the ISO 26262 and SAE J3061 context.