Open Telematics Platform Protection profile of an Automotive Gateway
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Reference Number: WP.29-181-10
Origin: FIA Foundation
Date: 24 June 2020
Meeting(s):
WP.29-181
Related Documents:
GRVA-07-36 | Cybersecurity: Comments on WP.29-181-10
GRVA-07-41 | Protection profile for automated and connected vehicles
Discussion(s):
World Forum for the Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations | Session 181 | 24 Jun 2020

23. The representative of FIA presented WP.29-181-10 introducing their report on the Protection Profile and Common Criteria methodology that could potentially address FIA’s concern regarding the performance and the maintenance of vehicles regarding cyber security over their lifetime.

24. The representative of United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland recalled that such an approach was already discussed by the Informal Working Group on Cyber Security and Over-The-Air issues. He advised that the report would also be reviewed by the IWG on Periodic Technical Inspection.

25. WP.29 agreed that this report would be referred to the Working Party on Automated/autonomous and Connected Vehicles (GRVA) as well as other relevant groups.

30. The expert from FIA presented GRVA-07-41, referring to WP.29-181-10 and proposing to insert in UN Regulation No. 155 the Protection Profiles that they developed in cooperation with TüVIT. The expert from OICA responded to the proposal (GRVA-07-36). The expert from FIA agreed to respond to the challenges raised by the expert from OICA. The expert from the Russian Federation asked for more details about the Protection Profiles in practice. The expert from CEN recalled his submission of WP.29-179-27 provided for information to WP.29. The expert from China inquired about the nature of the Protection Profile, if it was a guidance or regulatory requirements. The expert from FIA responded that Protection Profiles are a methodology. GRVA invited the stakeholders to continue discussion at the IWG level. The expert from the Netherlands agreed to support this discussion.

Working Party on Automated and Connected Vehicles | Session 7 | 21-25 Sep 2020

23. The representative of FIA presented WP.29-181-10 introducing their report on the Protection Profile and Common Criteria methodology that could potentially address FIA’s concern regarding the performance and the maintenance of vehicles regarding cyber security over their lifetime.

24. The representative of United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland recalled that such an approach was already discussed by the Informal Working Group on Cyber Security and Over-The-Air issues. He advised that the report would also be reviewed by the IWG on Periodic Technical Inspection.

25. WP.29 agreed that this report would be referred to the Working Party on Automated/autonomous and Connected Vehicles (GRVA) as well as other relevant groups.

30. The expert from FIA presented GRVA-07-41, referring to WP.29-181-10 and proposing to insert in UN Regulation No. 155 the Protection Profiles that they developed in cooperation with TüVIT. The expert from OICA responded to the proposal (GRVA-07-36). The expert from FIA agreed to respond to the challenges raised by the expert from OICA. The expert from the Russian Federation asked for more details about the Protection Profiles in practice. The expert from CEN recalled his submission of WP.29-179-27 provided for information to WP.29. The expert from China inquired about the nature of the Protection Profile, if it was a guidance or regulatory requirements. The expert from FIA responded that Protection Profiles are a methodology. GRVA invited the stakeholders to continue discussion at the IWG level. The expert from the Netherlands agreed to support this discussion.