Benefits of itemis SECURE

Rapid Implementation with Security-by-Design
Design systems correctly from the beginning with a model-based security by-design approach and generate simple to understand attack trees and sequence diagrams with real-time risk calculation and completeness analysis.

Support of Reliable Life cycle Management
Organize threat scenarios and attack paths in a risk repository that automatically calculates risk levels throughout the entire life cycle of the vehicle to react faster to upcoming and changing threats.

Customizable ISO/SAE 21434 Driven Reports
Generate standardized and audit-proof documentation of assessment models and action plans at enterprise or project level.

Easy Integration into Various Tool and Process Landscapes
Extensive import and export functionalities enable the exchange of data between various tools within an organization or with other entities along the value chain via openXSAM or customized formats.

Efficient Synchronization with Reference Systems
Synchronization and re-use of existing architectural elements or requirements across different projects to avoid duplication of models.

Flexible Collaboration Options between Organizations
???One Truth??? through architecture-based modeling with role specific views for the requirements of analysts, architects or security experts to enable collaboration in interdisciplinary organizations with functional interdependencies.

Model-based Approach for Fast and Reliable Results
The model-based approach ensures validity and ensures consistency even across analyses when maintaining large models and points out the interdependencies between hundreds of assets and elements.

Risk analysis is not a simple and static task. The tool itemis SECURE allows us to organize the assets, relationships between damage and feasibility and ultimately understand changes in risk.

Furthermore, to deep dive into the Challenges of ISO/SAE 21434 click the link below to the eBook in which we show the challenges of ISO/SAE 21434 in connection with UN Reg 155 and possible solutions. Our goal is to prepare you in the best possible way for the implementation by July 2022 for new cars and by July 2024 for produced vehicles.

Our authors, Stefan Rocksch, Manager Cyber-Automotive at Deloitte and Dirk Leopold, Head of Advanced Engineering at itemis AG, focus the e-book specifically on OEMs and their suppliers.