CENELEC - EN 50436-6
Alcohol interlocks - Test methods and performance requirements - Part 6: Data security
|Publication Date:||1 March 2015|
|ICS Code (Chemical analysis):||71.040.40|
|ICS Code (Electrical and electronic equipment):||43.040.10|
This European Standard specifies security requirements for the protection and handling of event records which are stored in the data memory of breath alcohol controlled alcohol interlocks and which may be downloaded, processed and transferred to supervising persons or organizations.
This European Standard is a supplement to EN 50436-1. It is to be decided by the respective jurisdiction whether the present standard has to be applied in addition to EN 50436-1.
This European standard may also be used as a supplement to EN
50436-2 if a jurisdiction or a vehicle fleet operator decides that
the data security in his preventive application has to have the
same high level of requirements as for alcohol interlocks used in
This European Standard is mainly directed to test houses, manufacturers of alcohol interlocks, legislating authorities and organizations which handle and use the alcohol interlock event records.
In this European Standard, the alcohol interlock consists
basically of handset and control unit. Optional accessory devices
(e.g. cameras or GPS systems generating data related to event data
of the alcohol interlock, as well as accessory devices handling or
transferring data for a drink-driving-offend
The service application communicates with the alcohol interlock and sends out the event records to a register, either directly or alternatively indirectly through a broker.
The scheme is depicted in Figure 1. It also shows which parts are within the scope of this European Standard and which are outside of the scope.
NOTE In this, and all other figures, the direction of the arrows indicates the flow of event records.
This European Standard applies to
- the alcohol interlock,
- the service application.
This European Standard does not apply to
- data security of the broker,
- data security of the register,
- storage of downloaded data,
- requirements for organizational processes, for example defining rights of access to the data.