SGS Organizes a Course to Functional Security according to ISO 26262
SGS organizes in Seville a course, during May 23-25, to Functional Security Regulation ISO 26262, a core element to the development of electronic security in road vehicles.
The course will show the aspects to be considered when implementing a Functional Security management system (FSM), as well as the different tasks to perform by the organizations and project’s Security Managers: responsibilities, security processes and how to comply with the Regulation requirements, obligatory to all automotive sector OEMs’ and global suppliers.
The course will cover the following aspects of ISO 26262:
- Introduction to ISO 26262
- Functional Security Management
- Development Processes
- Hardware and software in product development
- Production and Performance
- Assistance Services
The course is aimed at: security managers, quality managers, security engineers, quality managers, project managers and security directors.
Information and Registrations
To register for this course, or if you need information on locations, dates and availability, please click on “Introductory Course to Functional Security according to ISO 26262” or contact:
SGS offers this three-day course in several languages (English, German and Spanish) imparted by native lecturers. Please contact us if you need more information on the International locations for our courses. We can provide you this course in the date and location you require.
For more information related to Functional Security, ISO 26262 and our courses’ contents, please contact:
Functional Security Global Competence Center:
SGS-TÜV Saar GmbH
D-81379 Muenchen, Germany
t: +49 89 787475 - 285
f: +49 89 787475 - 217