Hyundai AutoEver attains Level 3 cybersecurity certification

Date: April 26, 2024.Hyundai AutoEver, a Hyundai Motor Group subsidiary that provides both mobility software solutions and enterprise IT services for the auto industry, has obtained the Level 3 certification for the Global Automobile Cybersecurity Management System (CSMS) from TUV Rheinland, a renowned international standard certification agency.

This certification highlights Hyundai AutoEver’s dedication to cybersecurity in the automotive industry, ensuring that their processes establish a strong cybersecurity framework across the product lifecycle. The certification aligns with the requirements of both the UNECE Cybersecurity Vehicle Regulation. It also aligns with ISO/SAE 21434, which mandates cybersecurity across the automotive supply chain.

The Level 3 certification indicates that Hyundai AutoEver has established objective procedures to manage risk factors from vehicle design to production. It demonstrates their capability to ensure cybersecurity, particularly at the end-of-life stage. This is particularly crucial as the automotive industry moves towards more connected, automated, and autonomous vehicles, which are increasingly susceptible to cyber threats.

With this certification, Hyundai AutoEver is well-positioned to meet the regulatory and standards compliance required for selling vehicles, components, or software in the EU and other markets that recognize these standards. It’s a proactive step towards enhancing the safety and security of their products and services in the era of autonomous driving technology.

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