In this webinar we show how to leverage the Product Security Organization Framework (PROOF) to effectively manage cybersecurity supplier governance: As the digital transformation increases the complexity of automotive systems, the potential of cyber risks in the ecosystem grows. Consequently, regulations like the UN R 155 demand cybersecurity management systems (CSMS) that take dependencies with contracted suppliers, service providers and sub-organizations into account.
In the first part of the webinar, KPMG and ESCRYPT share insights how to properly address common challenges of supplier governance with PROOF’s unified framework. The topics cover
- evaluating the capabilities of suppliers, cf. ISO/SAE DIS 21434 Clause 15
- easy integration of multiple regulations & standards
- increasing CSMS efficiency by matching internal and supply chain cyber maturities.
ALYNE, provider of a scalable governance risk compliance (GRC) solution and ESCRYPT have partnered to make PROOF available within ALYNE’s SaaS platform. In the second part of the webinar, ALYNE demonstrates how to leverage the company’s technology to meet regulation and measure compliance and how to use PROOF for effective cybersecurity supplier governance.
Optimizing your cybersecurity approach with PROOF
In cooperation with management consultants KPMG AG, ESCRYPT has developed PROOF. PROOF enables organizations to optimize their cybersecurity strategies and risk management. It builds on global insights & benchmarks from decades of experience in auditing and automotive security engineering.
This webinar is presented by Dr. Moritz Minzlaff, Senior Manager at ESCRYPT, Florian Spindler, Manager at KPMG AG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft and Felix Schock, Head of Customer Success at ALYNE GmbH.