Taking on V&V using automation to keep vehicles safe with a dynamic threat landscape and agile feature releases.
We’ll analyze your vehicle cybersecurity test specifications and procedures, setup testing targets, and build automation around execution of those test procedures to make vehicle cybersecurity testing effective and efficient.
Partnered with the right companies to automate cybersecurity requirement verification to make securing vehicles easier
ISO/SAE 21434 is a cybersecurity standard that integrates high-quality safety and security measures and provides a standard framework to implement a Cybersecurity Management System (CSMS). UNECE WP.29 UN R155 cybersecurity regulation requires carmakers to prove to auditors they have an appropriate Cybersecurity Management System (CSMS) in place to sell vehicles in Europe, Japan, and other markets globally.
To effectively deliver work products for these standards within that CSMS, automotive companies must be able to configure efficient automated cybersecurity requirement verification testing that can identify likely threat scenarios and appropriate measures to mitigate those threats. Automakers must able be able to prove to auditors they have successfully implemented defensive mitigations.
To achieve these goals, Block Harbor has partnered with Keysight Technologies to deliver a platform for automated cybersecurity requirement verification called Harbormaster. By utilizing Keysight’s Automotive Cybersecurity Penetration Testing Platform (SA8710A) as a test execution environment for vehicle interfaces, the solution manages and orchestrates automated cybersecurity requirement verification tests providing automotive companies and their auditors insight into the latest status of verification test results.
Harbormaster delivers unparalleled capabilities for complete vehicle cybersecurity testing coverage and automation – making the task of keeping vehicles safe and secure much easier. These solutions were built from the ground up to align with ISO/SAE 21434 and UNECE WP.29 and tailored to the latest vehicle cybersecurity challenges. Block Harbor delivers services to assist with configuring and deployment of Keysight’s solution in vehicle cybersecurity labs that host hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) vehicle test benches for the customer. Block Harbor also assists in developing test scripts and mapping them to test specifications driven by cybersecurity requirements from ISO/SAE 21434.
When it comes to an increasingly agile software vehicle ecosystem with a changing threat landscape, automotive companies using Harbormaster can set up effective automated requirement verification tests that give real-time insight into the cybersecurity capabilities of their vehicles. Furthermore, this insight can be exported and easily shared with auditors. See below how Block Harbor and Keysight can add consistency and reliability to achieving your cybersecurity testing needs.