“ISO-SAE 21434 current status and Potential alignment with ISO-2626”
An overview of the current state of development of ISO-SAE 21434 is presented. Additionally, the similarities between functional safety (ISO 26262) and cybersecurity (ISO-SAE 21434) is discussed and recommendations for how the two disciplines should interact throughout the entire product lifecycle to leverage synergies and to avoid unnecessary delays during product development
John Krzeszewski, Engineering Manager, Cybersecurity at Eaton
Bio: Join is currently working as Cybersecurity Engineering Manager at Eaton. Prior to that position, John Krzeszewski was the Chief Engineer of Cybersecurity at Aptiv, where he and his team were responsible for cybersecurity architecture. He was selected as one of the U.S. representatives and chair, on the development of the upcoming SAE-ISO 21434 “Road vehicles: cybersecurity engineering” standard. John is also on the Industrial Advisory Board for the Cybersecurity Center at the University of Michigan. John began his career in 1987 as an Associate Engineer, at General Motors, where he developed and deployed one of the first automotive telematics systems, which automatically reported steering system usage of police cars and taxicabs in the field. Since then, he has worked on autonomous vehicle systems, electric power steering and associated vehicle networks, medical devices, and the associated cybersecurity.