Secure Data Management in Automotive Telematics

Price: Starting at USD 4,500
Publish Date: 15 Mar 2022
Code: AN-5377
Research Type: Research Analysis
Secure Data Management in Automotive Telematics
Actionable Benefits

Actionable Benefits

  • Plan your telematics and connected vehicle cybersecurity strategy and optimize your data management initiatives.
  • Assist your customers understand the risks and opportunities in the telematics market.
  • Understand the key hardware and software security offerings in telematics applications with direct applications to the overarching security threshold of connected vehicles in the V2X era.
Critical Questions Answered

Critical Questions Answered

  • What is the current state of the market for telematics security?
  • How is the market evolving and how do eSIM, TPM and HSM V2X modules expected to fare in the coming years?
  • What are the key drivers? How does the supply chain foster additional growth?
  • How should implementers tackle telematics data security and is it worth the additional investment?
Research Highlights

Research Highlights

  • Telematics data security in inherently tied to other important connected vehicle operations and includes other vital objectives related to data reliability, versatility, value and monetization.
  • Telematics digital security and connected vehicle cybersecurity is lagging behind but car OEMs are making crucial steps to improve the cyber-readiness of connected fleets.
  • Vehicle digitization, connectivity and autonomous functionalities presupposes the use of cybersecurity services across the entire value chain: from vehicle network to TCU/Gateway, over to MNOs and finally to ISPs and car OEM Cloud.
  • Tackling telematics data security originates at the silicon and hardware level through the use of secure elements in eUICCs/eSIM, TPMs and HSMs providing some much-needed protection across cellular communications, in-vehicle firmware security, data encryption and device management operations
  • OEM telematics considered superior over their aftermarket counterparts. Security implementation depended upon various stages of the supply chain.
Who Should Read This?

Who Should Read This?

  • Vehicle manufacturers
  • ISPs, Telcos, and telematics services providers
  • Insurers, tier one and tier two automotive suppliers.
  • IoT digital security service providers
  • PKI providers and Certificate Authorities
  • Connectivity and cloud service providers
  • OEMs, gateway, device and embedded hardware security manufacturers
  • Governmental, regulatory and standardization organizations

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. EXAMINING THE TELEMATICS SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND DATA VALUE CHAIN

2.1. Introduction and Terminology
2.2. Telematics Data Roadmap
2.3. Telematics Hardware, Software, and System Components

3. EXAMINING THE SECURITY VALUE CHAIN

3.1. Examination of Cyberattacks
3.2. Telematics and Connected Vehicle Security Considerations
3.3. Market Data
3.4. Firewall and IDPS
3.5. Securing Vehicle Communications and FOTA
3.6. Data Governance and Value Chain Transparency
3.7. Expediting Development for Car OEMS and Suppliers

4. STRATEGIC RECOMMENDATIONS

4.1. Scalability
4.2. Fleet Management
4.3. Data Volume, Versatility, Value
4.4. Supply Chain
4.5. Data Protection in the Most Sophisticated IoT “Endpoint”

5. VENDOR PROFILES

5.1. Blackberry
5.2. CalAmp
5.3. Ericsson
5.4. Infineon
5.5. Tata Elxi
5.6. Thales
5.7. Upstream