With this certification Winbond has become the first Flash vendor worldwide to achieve this standard certification and meet global regulatory requirements.
The ISO/SAE 21434 standard, titled "Road vehicles - cybersecurity engineering," is an industry standard developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the SAE International. It focuses on protecting road users by outlining requirements to ensure the robustness of automotive systems against cyber-attacks.
This standard applies to manufactured road vehicles and cybersecurity-related subcomponents, including IC components and compliance with UNECE R155 is necessary to obtain EU-Type approval and vehicle approval through GSR.
The ISO/SAE 21434 Cybersecurity Product Certification for Winbond's W77Q Secure Flash family encompasses several key elements:
- Rigorous risk assessment and management processes to identify vulnerabilities and threats, enabling effective mitigation strategies.
- A systematic approach to cybersecurity throughout the entire product development lifecycle, integrating security into every aspect.
- Extensive testing and validation to verify robustness against potential cyber threats, ensuring the effectiveness of the products in protecting against attacks.
- Ongoing monitoring and improvement of cybersecurity practices to stay ahead of emerging threats and vulnerabilities.
In addition to the ISO/SAE 21434 certification, Winbond's TrustME W77Q Secure Flash has already obtained other industry-recognised security and safety certifications, including Common Criteria EAL2+, SESIP level 2, FIPS CAVP and CMVP, and ISO 26262 ASIL-C Ready.
These certifications enable the TrustME W77Q Secure Flash to meet the emerging demands in safety and cybersecurity for automotive applications.
Winbond’s compliance with the ISO/SAE 21434 Road vehicles - cybersecurity engineering Certification reinforces the company’s position as a provider of secure solutions for the automotive market.