Vector Cyber Security Symposium encourages industry-wide collaboration

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The Vector Cyber Security Symposium recently brought together OEMs, suppliers and companies from IT and security to share their experiences.

Many speakers underlined that security engineering is a process that needs to be integrated into existing development processes. Each company should establish a risk-oriented cyber security management for its products, processes and supply chain, that works reliably and traceable throughout the whole life-cycle and the entire supply chain.

A major issue is the need for the joint consideration of safety and security aspects as well as the standardization of security in order to achieve higher quality software more quickly.

Lorenz Slansky, a senior manager at Daimler, appealed to participants to get actively involved in the standardization.

August 18, 2016

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