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While traditional safety and security telematics services such as eCall, bCall, stolen vehicle tracking, and remote diagnostics continue to roll out across the globe, focus is now starting to shift from the physical protection of vehicles, drivers and passengers to the security protection against cyber-attacks and intrusions, which, of course in turn could threaten the physical integrity of persons. Security is expected to become ever more critical and will start dominating safety and security telematics in the future, despite the fact no real case of malicious car hacking has been reported yet. Security becomes an even bigger concern with autonomous vehicles, and even more so with driverless cars, in which software and connectivity plays a much bigger and more critical role for the safe driving of vehicles.

This report covers the types of connected car cyber security technologies, main barriers, the vendor ecosystem, products and solutions, and shipment forecasts.

Table of Contents

  • 1. SECURITY THREATS' RISK SLOWING DOWN CONNECTED CAR INNOVATION
    • 1.1. Security Risks Looming Large over the Automotive Industry
    • 1.2. Types of Security Risks and Hacking Threats
    • 1.3. Security and Privacy
    • 1.4. Impact of Cyberattacks and Privacy Breaches
  • 2. CONNECTED CAR CYBERSECURITY TECHNOLOGIES
    • 2.1. Connectivity-based Security Technologies
      • 2.1.1. DSRC (United States)
    • 2.2. Hardware-based Security Technologies
    • 2.3. Software-based Security Technologies
    • 2.4. Vehicle Security Policies and Procedures
    • 2.5. Issues and Challenges
    • 2.6. Connected Car Security Technology Forecasts
  • 3. AUTOMOTIVE SECURITY VENDOR ECOSYSTEM
    • 3.1. Mentor Graphics
    • 3.2. Elektrobit
    • 3.3. Cisco
    • 3.4. Covisint
    • 3.5. Telenor
    • 3.6. Harman
    • 3.7. Continental
    • 3.8. Visteon
    • 3.9. NXP
    • 3.10. Mocana
    • 3.11. Symphony Teleca
    • 3.12. Tesla
    • 3.13. AIRMIKA: AUTOcyb
    • 3.14. SAE International
    • 3.15. U.S. Council for Automotive Research
    • 3.16. Verizon
    • 3.17. Sierra Wireless
    • 3.18. CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium (C2C-CC)
    • 3.19. DARPA
    • 3.20. Security Innovation
    • 3.21. Daimler

Charts

  1. New Vehicle Shipments with Security Technology by Type, World Market, Forecast: 2012 to 2020
  2. New Vehicle Shipments with Security Technology by Type, North America, Forecast: 2012 to 2020
  3. New Vehicle Shipments with Security Technology by Type, Europe, Forecast: 2012 to 2020
  4. New Vehicle Shipments with Security Technology by Type, Asia-Pacific, Forecast: 2012 to 2020
  5. New Vehicle Shipments with Security Technology by Type, Rest of the World, Forecast: 2012 to 2020

Figures

  1. Mentor Embedded Type 1 Hypervisor
  2. Connected Car Security Vulnerabilities
  3. Multi-Domain Security Architecture
  4. AUTOcyb