Welcome to the CYRES Academy On Demand Video Course "UN Regulation No 155 (G2_4)"

UN Regulation No 155 plays an essential role when it comes to cyber security in the automotive industry. As a regulation, UN R155 must be applied mandatory in any case, otherwise there is a threat of nothing less than a sales ban. It affects not only OEMs, but also their suppliers.

In this video learning course, we take a closer look at UN Regulation No 155, its scope and its details. A major focus is on the CSMS, the Cybersecurity Management System.

After watching this video, you will be able to explain the the scope of the UN R155 and estimate the impact of the UN R155 on your on your organization.

This Video Contains seven topics:

I. Intro to UN Regulation No. 155
In the intro you will get to know what you will learn in this video course which will lead you to a better understanding of what Regulation No. 155 is.

II. Importance of UN Regulation No. 155
Here's why the UN Regulation No 155 is important.

III.The scope of UN Regulation No 155
In this part of the course, we will explain the scope of Regulation No. 155 and where it comes from and where it is mandatory.

IV. Structure and requirements of UN Regulation No 155
Here we will go deeper into the structure and briefly into the requirements of the UN Regulation No. 155, CSMS and Vehicle requirements.

V. CSMS & Vehicle requirements, Vehicle Type Approval
In this part we will take a comprehensive look into the Cybersecurity Management System (CSMS) & Vehicle requirements, Vehicle Type Approval.

VI. Relationship to ISO/SAE 21434 and tier N suppliers
Here we will explain the relationship of both ISO/SAE 21434 Road Vehicles - Cybersecurity Engineering and tier N suppliers with the UN Regulation No. 155.

VII. Sum Up

Finally, here we will sum up what you have learned about UN Regulation No. 155 and its requirements.

Course plan

All Videos
II. Importance of UN Regulation No. 155
III. The scope of UN Regulation No. 155
IV. Structure and Requirements of UN Regulation No. 155
V. CSMS & Vehicle Requirements, Vehicle Type Approval
VI. Relationship to ISO/SAE 21434 and tier N suppliers
VII. Sum Up