To curtail the expected rise of cyber attacks against connected vehicles, governmental bodies and independent regulators have made an effort to demand an increase in ingrained cybersecurity measures from vehicle OEMs, component and software suppliers, and mobility services. One such regulation is the UNECE WP.29 Cybersecurity and Cybersecurity Management Systems (CSMS) regulation.
On June 25, 2020, after roughly two years of preparations and revisions, the United Nations formally adopted the new WP.29 regulation. OEMs in more than 50 countries will be required to adhere to it and implement changes within their cybersecurity processes.
Download this white paper to gain a better understanding of the background for the UNECE regulation, an overview of the requirements, an in-depth look into the main principles, and a preview into Upstream’s role in aiding in compliance.