Automotive Cybersecurity Integrity Level (ACsIL)

Scope:

Review existing classification schemes from other industries and existing ideas that were presented at SAE or that may be being proposed or used in other organizations. Determine to use either an existing scheme or create a new classification scheme specific for the automotive industry from the existing or proposed methods or ideas (an integration or merging of the ideas). A Threat Analysis and Risk Assessment Method that would work with the classification scheme or from which we could map into a specific level in the cybersecurity integrity classification scheme a. This will require reviewing existing TARA methods and deciding on one or a tailored version of one Determine how to relate the ACSIL for safety-related threats to the ASIL from ISO 26262

Rationale:

Review existing classification schemes from other industries and existing ideas that were presented at SAE or that may be being proposed or used in other organizations. Determine to use either an existing scheme or create a new classification scheme specific for the automotive industry from the existing or proposed methods or ideas (an integration or merging of the ideas). A Threat Analysis and Risk Assessment Method that would work with the classification scheme or from which we could map into a specific level in the cybersecurity integrity classification scheme This will require reviewing existing TARA methods and deciding on one or a tailored version of one Determine how to relate the ACSIL for safety-related threats to the ASIL from ISO 26262

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  • SAE J 3061-1
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