Get ready for LG and Cybellum’s Cyber Security Cockpit, CES 2024

December 14, 2023
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  • LG Electronics and Cybellum will reveal their Cyber Security Management System (CSMS) Cockpit platform at CES 2024.
  • The platform is designed to monitor and maintain vehicle cybersecurity, keeping vehicles digitally secure and compliant with evolving cybersecurity regulations.
  • The CSMS Cockpit can identify security vulnerabilities and take preventive measures to eliminate potential threats.
  • The platform aids in the fulfillment of the upcoming WP.29 UNECE R155 cybersecurity regulations, which will become effective in July 2024.
  • The CSMS Cockpit will assist Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) in meeting these new cybersecurity standards.

LG Electronics and Cybellum, a cybersecurity company acquired by LG in 2021, have collaborated to develop the Cyber Security Management System (CSMS) Cockpit platform. This platform is designed to streamline the process of cyber-assurance and incident response tasks for automotive Original Equipment Manufacturers, ensuring that vehicles remain digitally secure and compliant with evolving cybersecurity regulations.

Automotive cybersecurity is an increasingly important area, with new regulations set to take effect in July 2024. These changes, known as the WP.29 UNECE R155 cybersecurity regulations, will be enforced in 54 countries, including EU member states, the UK, Japan, and South Korea. To obtain type approval, a prerequisite for selling vehicles in these countries, all vehicles produced by OEMs must meet these newly established cybersecurity standards.

The CSMS Cockpit platform from LG and Cybellum supports OEMs in their compliance with the coming changes. The platform is capable of identifying security vulnerabilities and taking proactive measures to prevent potential threats. Furthermore, it can thoroughly analyze vehicle components over their lifespan, approximately 20 years, and manage a comprehensive database spanning development and real-world usage. By actively addressing security concerns and tracking response efficacy, the platform enables real-time risk detection and inspection protocols for individual components.

In addition to monitoring and managing product security, the CSMS Cockpit assesses newly-identified threats and their potential impact on car parts manufactured by OEMs, enhancing the overall security reliability. As such, the platform serves as an effective control center for securing the future of automotive cybersecurity.

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