Key Automotive Standards Required to Address Mounting Cybersecurity Challenges

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By Dimitrios Pavlakis | 4Q 2019 | IN-5623


Automotive Cybersecurity


The increased penetration rate of digitized automotive systems and connected vehicles over the past decade has given rise to an entirely new array of cyberattacks and threat vectors. This emerging threat horizon has caught even major car manufacturers, service enablers, and connectivity providers off guard, and they are now being called to deal with these new attack vectors that target not only secondary automotive applications (e.g., infotainment and navigation) but also primary critical functions related to vehicle performance, system, data and network security, and, most importantly of all, driver and passenger safety.

Key Cybersecurity Threats Outlined by Regulatory Entities


ABI Research posits that while major car manufacturers, service enablers, and software developers are making strides toward developing tr...

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