Automotive Cybersecurity: Hardware and Software Approaches

As with most industries, the automotive sector is becoming increasingly dependent on computing, connectivity, and software to provide the functionality and differentiators expected of its products. The growth of software, computing, and connectivity in vehicles has increasingly put cybersecurity in the forefront of vehicle design.

This report will explore the current state of vehicle cybersecurity and how global trends such as automation, OTA updates, and increased connectivity are impacting the way cybersecurity is approached in vehicles. It will provide an overview of vehicle cybersecurity measures, a qualitative analysis of the impacts of key automotive trends on vehicle cybersecurity and provide forecasts for cybersecurity hardware and software.

The report also details vendor product profiles from a range of cybersecurity providers that focus on software-centred approaches such as: Argus Security, ARILOU, HARMAN, Karamba Security, and Trillium Secure, as well as cybersecurity hardware providers such as: NXP, Infineon, and STMicroelectronics, additionally detailing key partnerships between the two.

  • 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
    • 1.1. A Revolution in Computer Interfaces
    • 1.2. Key Trends
    • 1.3. New Cybersecurity Measures
  • 2. KEY RECOMMENDATONS
    • 2.1. Hardware Providers
    • 2.2. Software Providers
  • 3. INTRODUCTION
    • 3.1. Automotive Cybersecurity
    • 3.2. Key Definitions
  • 4. AUTOMOTIVE CYBERSECURITY: AN OVERVIEW
    • 4.1. Remote versus Physical Access
    • 4.2. Attack Targets
    • 4.3. The Overall Threat Matrix
    • 4.4. The Overall Approach
    • 4.5. Current Cybersecurity Measures
  • 5. CYBERSECURITY MARKET DRIVERS
    • 5.1. Vehicle Autonomy
    • 5.2. Over-the-Air Updates
    • 5.3. Increased Connectivity
  • 6. AUTOMOTIVE CYBERSECURITY: EVOLVING APPROACHES
    • 6.1. Impact of Trends on Vehicle Security Measures
    • 6.2. The Combined Software and Hardware Approach
    • 6.3. Relevant Specifications, Standards, and Legislation
    • 6.4. Evolving Cybersecurity Measures
  • 7. SUMMARY AND FORECASTS
    • 7.1. Cybersecurity Timeline
    • 7.2. Autonmous Vehicle Forecasts
    • 7.3. Cybersecurity Hardware Forecasts
    • 7.4. Cybersecurity Software Forecasts
  • 8. VENDOR PRODUCT PROFILES
    • 8.1. Argus Security
    • 8.2. ARILOU
    • 8.3. HARMAN
    • 8.4. Karamba Security
    • 8.5. NXP
    • 8.6. Infineon
    • 8.7. STMicroelectronics
    • 8.8. Trillium Secure
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Research Information

Publish Date
1Q 2019
Code
AN-5000
Research Type
Technology Analysis Report
Pages
32