The European Union (EU) has made significant strides lately in shaping cybersecurity regulation—new developments include those related to the NIS2 Directive, the EU Cybersecurity Act, the EU Cloud Services Cybersecurity Scheme (EUCS), and the EU Cyber Resilience Act.
For organizations seeking to build robust environmental, social, and governance (ESG) programs, the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) provides one such framework that can help with global disclosure of your environmental impact. Should you choose to adhere to this standard, you would need to be assessed, after which you would receive scores regarding your environmental stewardship.
With the new SEC Cybersecurity Disclosure Rule requiring both the reporting of material cybersecurity events and the disclosure of cybersecurity programs for public companies, those affected are taking a closer look at cybersecurity frameworks that—while previously considered optional or “nice to have”—could help their organization meet the new regulatory requirements.
In this new era of connected and autonomous vehicles, protecting sensitive data and ensuring the security of automotive systems has become of paramount importance. As the automotive industry evolves to confront such cybersecurity challenges, the Trusted Information Security Assessment Exchange (TISAX®) assessment has emerged as a crucial, helpful tool for staying ahead and safeguarding automotive security.
As vehicles become more connected and autonomous, the importance of safeguarding sensitive data and ensuring the integrity of automotive systems has never been more crucial. In today's rapidly evolving digital landscape, the automotive industry faces an increasing number of cybersecurity challenges. Over the next five minutes of reading, we’ll explore how the Trusted Information Security Assessment Exchange (TISAX®) certification plays a pivotal role in staying ahead of emerging security challenges and “futureproofing” automotive security.