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Omnex Announces Two May Webinars

ISO 21434 automotive cybersecurity and implementing design and process FMEAs

Published: Monday, May 2, 2022 - 10:57

(Omnex: Ann Arbor: MI) -- Omnex, a leader in the field of business and process management systems, has announced two informative webinars for May, 2022.

Webinar 1

“Best Practices in Implementing Automotive Cybersecurity (ISO 21434) and UNECE Regulations R155 and R156”

The latest technologies, features, and options of current and future vehicles have created many cybersecurity attack surfaces that have put the security of vehicle assets in jeopardy. Cyberattacks may have deep negative consequences to organizations’ safety, operations, finances, data, and other categories. Organizations are responding by engaging in governance; training; management; cybersecurity lifecycle; cybersecurity by design; monitoring, detection, and response; and standards adoption. Organizations are increasingly interested in implementing and adopting standards and regulations such as ISO/SAE 21434 and UNECE regulations R155 and R156. Yet, the implementation process isn’t straightforward and effective. This webinar will discuss best practices in implementing the automotive standard ISO 21434 and meeting the UNECE regulations R155 and R156.

Speaker: Juan Pimentel

Juan Pimentel is the principal cybersecurity consultant at Omnex. He is a member of the U.S. Technical Advisory Group for ISO 21448 and writer of the standard. He has extensive engineering, safety, and xybersecurity experience. He is also the author of many papers on the safety and security of automotive systems, ranging from drive-by-wire systems to ADAS to automated vehicles. He has developed and conducted professional training courses on safeguarding process control systems, safety instrumented systems (SIS), and protecting industrial systems including standards lie IEC 61508, IEC 61511, and ISO 26262.

Date and time: May 4, 2022, 11 a.m. Eastern (U.S. and Canada)

Webinar 2

“Effective Implementation of Design and Process FMEAs”

If advanced product quality planning (APQP) is the lever to achieve successful product launches and ongoing improvement, then failure mode and effects anaylsis (FMEA) is the fulcrum that provides the leverage. However, FMEA isn’t a standalone tool; it’s a systematic approach to risk reduction and performance improvement. It’s also an analytical process to build, apply and reuse organizational knowledge to progressively enhance the capabilities of both product and process technology. In this webinar we will discuss how to increase the effectiveness of your FMEAs while reducing the amount of time and effort required. We’ll also consider the obvious advantages of using efficient, enabling software solutions not only to develop and employ best-in-class FMEAs, but also manage the links between requirements and verification in production.

Speaker: Dave Watkins

Date and time: May 5, 2022, 11 a.m. Eastern (U.S. and Canada)

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