Navigating the Complex Landscape of Automotive Cybersecurity Regulations

Generative AI (GenAI) is reshaping the automotive industry, offering personalized experiences and enhanced safety, but also introducing risks around inaccurate outputs, liability, and new cybersecurity threats.


As GenAI integration increases, a comprehensive risk management approach is needed. The evolving regulatory landscape aims to create a unified front against cyber threats through initiatives like UNECE WP.29 R155, ISO/SAE 21434, the EU’s Cyber Resilience Act, and expanded disclosure rules.


Key takeaways:

  • R155 scope is expected to expand to two-wheelers and agricultural equipment
  • ISO 15118 introduces a new standard to secure EV-to-grid communications
  • New SEC rules require disclosure of cybersecurity incidents and strategies
  • Proactive processes and detection are essential to manage GenAI cyber risks and foster a culture of cybersecurity

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