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LG Magna e-Powertrain Receives Cyber Security Management System Certification from TÜV Rheinland

LG Magna e-Powertrain (LG Magna), the joint venture of LG Electronics and Magna International, has recently achieved a significant milestone by receiving Cyber Security Management System (CSMS, ISO/SAE 21434:2021) certification from TÜV Rheinland. This certification highlights LG Magna’s commitment to ensuring the cybersecurity of its vehicle components and systems.

With the automotive industry placing a growing emphasis on cybersecurity, the timing of this certification is crucial. The upcoming WP.29 UNECE R155 cybersecurity regulations, set to be enforced from July 2024, will require all vehicles produced by automotive OEMs to comply with a new set of cybersecurity management regulations. This certification positions LG Magna as a leader in meeting these stringent requirements.

LG Magna has implemented a comprehensive security system that covers all aspects of component design, development, post-development cybersecurity activities, and management. This proactive approach to cybersecurity is essential in safeguarding vehicles against potential cyber threats throughout their lifecycle.

Cheong Won-suk, CEO of LG Magna, emphasized the importance of addressing security vulnerabilities in the face of increasing cyberattacks on vehicles. As a trusted global supplier of vehicle components, LG Magna is dedicated to continuously strengthening its cybersecurity systems and processes to meet the evolving needs of automakers.

LG Magna’s achievement of CSMS certification further solidifies its position as a key player in the automotive components and solutions market. With a focus on electric vehicle powertrains and a commitment to cybersecurity, LG Magna is well-equipped to meet the demands of the industry and provide advanced, secure solutions for vehicles worldwide.

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