Functional Safety & Security
for Systems Engineering
To improve the integration of safety & security activities with system engineering.
The participants will learn how to find pragmatic design solutions to achieve safety & security compliance more efficiently.
- Translating Customer Requirements
- To understand the item definition and functional safety concept
- To understand vehicle-level use-cases and activity diagrams
- To be able to create preliminary system requirements for your product
- Design to avoid hazards & threats
- To understand the Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment (Safety HARA)
- To be able to identify and correct inappropriate assignment of ASILs
- To understand the Threat Analysis and Risk Assessment (Security TARA)
- To be able to manage and avoid potential safety & security issues
- Refining System Requirements using analysis methods
- To be able to integrate safety & security activities with system engineering in compliance with the relevant standards
- To understand the importance of clearly defined abstraction levels in deriving requirements and architecture for each product
- To be able to derive system requirements using appropriate methods, including System-level Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)
- To be able to derive system architecture using appropriate methods, including Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) and Attack Tree Analysis (ATA)
- Completing the system design.
- To be able to select and implement measures at system-level that achieve the safety & security requirements efficiently (safety & security concept)
- To be able to assign requirements to hardware and software
- To be able to ensure the test ability of the safety & security concept.