Automotive Cybersecurity Market—Key Trends, Solutions, OEM Activities, and Vendor Profiles

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Government and consumers are concerned about cyber security in cars, as researchers were able to hack into various OEM models in 2015. This research service identifies key areas that offer scope for technology innovation and discusses cybersecurity initiatives for the automotive industry. In 2015, cybersecurity, secure data transfers, and data privacy were key challenges for consumers and government authorities. The study discusses OEM initiatives, Tier-1 supplier activities, key trends, specialist security company roles, and future business models for automotive cybersecurity.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary—Key Findings and Changes from 2014
Automotive Cybersecurity Market: 2014 Key Findings vs. 2015 Actuals
Automotive Cybersecurity in 2015
Connected Cars and Autonomous Vehicles—Threat Vectors
Automotive Hacking Incidents—Quick Recap
Tesla Model S
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA)
Chevrolet Corvette
Exhibit A—BMW Connected Drive Hacking Incident
OEM Challenges and SPY Car Act Findings
Connected Vehicle Challenges
Driver Data and Information Exposure
Senator Initiatives
Key Findings from OEM Responses
2014 Automotive Security Investments
Security Initiatives—2015 OEM Activities
OEM Channel to V2X Security
OEMs and Tier-1 Suppliers—Focus and Investment Range
OEMs and Tier-1 Suppliers—Key Trends and Business Models
2014/2025 Future Outlook of Vehicle Cybersecurity
2. Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology
Research Scope
Research Aims and Objectives
Related Research
Research Methodology
3. Review of Threats and Overall Security Posture
Automotive Cybersecurity—Road Ahead to 2025
Automotive Cybersecurity—Risks and Vulnerabilities
Distributed Security Architecture
Automotive Cybersecurity—Enterprise Security
Enterprise Security—Data Privacy and Leakage
Supply Chain Security
Automotive Retail Security
4. Overview of Cybersecurity Ecosystem
Automotive OEMs and Cybersecurity Initiatives
Automotive Product Security—Tier-1 Activities
Cybersecurity Specialist Companies
Cellular Infrastructure, Semiconductor and Technology Companies
5. OEM Partnerships and Cybersecurity Activities
V2X—V2V + V2I Technology
802.11P—Consortiums and Benefits
V2X Regional Protocols, Developments, and Adoption—Japan
V2X Regional Protocols, Developments and Adoption—Europe
V2X Regional Protocols, Developments, and Adoption—US
V2X—Key Partnerships and Initiatives
V2V Cost
GM 2017 Cadillac and V2X
Volkswagen and German Companies—Cybersecurity Organization
Volvo Cars—Cybersecurity Project
Tesla Big Bounty Program with White Hat Hackers
Honda V2X Test Drive—Europe
Safety Pilot Model Deployment (SPMD) Program
6. Vendor Profiles
Automotive Cybersecurity Ecosystem Participants
TowerSec
Harman 5+1 Layer Security Framework
Argus Cybersecurity
Security Innovation V2X Solutions
Cohda Wireless
Renesas Electronics Corporation
7. Automotive Cybersecurity—Recap and Conclusions
Automotive Cybersecurity and Alliances—Quick Recap
Automotive Companies Security Adoption—Current Status
Cybersecurity—Automotive Participants Perspective
Automotive Cybersecurity—Industry Participants Mind Share
Secure Code Challenges and Current Coding Practices
Cybersecurity—Industry Alliances and Partnerships
Automotive Cybersecurity—Business Impact and Timeline
Future Connected Car Use Cases Demand Security Specialists
Automotive Cybersecurity and Next Generation Vehicles
Automotive Cybersecurity—Extended Ecosystem
Automotive OEMs—OTA Approach
Automotive Cybersecurity and OTA
V2X Cost—DSRC Field Trials and Adoption Rate
Automotive Security Investments—Key Trends
Connected Car and Cybersecurity—Initiatives and Impact Analysis
8. The Last Word—3 Big Predictions
9. Legal Disclaimer
10. Appendix
Table of Abbreviations and Acronyms Used


List of Figures & Charts

1. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Security Investments, Global, 2014
2. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: OEM and Tier-1 Supplier Focus and Investment Range, Global, 2015–2018
3. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Key Trends and Business Models, Global, 2014–2025
4. Passenger Car Market: Unit Shipment Forecast, NA and Europe, 2014–2021
5. Cybersecurity Market: Road Ahead to 2025, Global, 2015–2025
6. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Hackers Targets, Global, 2015
7. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: OEM Initiatives, Global, 2015
8. Automotive Cybersecurity Market:Tier-1 Activities, Global, 2015
9. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Specialist Companies, Global, 2015
10. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: V2X Cost, US, 2015–2058
11. SPMD Program, North America, 2013–2014
12. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Alliances, NA and Europe, 2000–2015
13. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Automotive Industry Participants Response and Analysis, Global, 2015
14. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Automotive Industry Participants Perspective, Global, 2015
15. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Automotive Industry Participants Points of View, Global, 2015–2018
16. Vehicle Security Functions
17. Extended Ecosystem- Roles and Responsibilities
18. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Next-Generation Vehicles Use Case and Threat Exposure, Global, 2015–2022
19. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: V2X Analysis, Global, 2014–2020
20. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Security Investments, Global, 2016–2020


1. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Key Findings vs. Actuals, Global, 2014–2015
2. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Cybersecurity Overview, Global, 2015
3. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Connected Car Threat Vectors, Global, 2015
4. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Hacking Incidents, Global, 2015
5. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: BMW Connected Drive Hacking Incident, Europe 2015
6. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: OEM Challenges and SPY Car Act Findings, North America, 2015
7. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: OEM Activities, Global, 2015
8. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: OEM Channel to V2X Security, Global, 2015
9. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Future Outlook, Global, 2014–2025
10. Automotive Cybersecurity: List of Key Participants, NA and EU, 2014
11. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Risks and Vulnerabilities, Global, 2015
12. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Distributed Security Architecture, Global, 2015
13. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Data Privacy and Leakage, Global, 2015
14. Supply Chain Security
15. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Automotive Retail Cybersecurity Threats, North America and Europe, 2015
16. Cellular Infrastructure, Semiconductor and Technology Companies
17. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: V2X—V2V + V2I Communication, Europe and North America, 2015
18. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: 802.11P Consortiums and Benefits, Global, 2015
19. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: V2X Adoption towards Security, Japan, 2015
20. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: V2X Adoption towards Security, Europe, 2015
21. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: V2X Adoption towards Security, US, 2015
22. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: V2X Key Partnerships and Initiatives, Global, 2015
23. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: GM Cadillac V2X, US, 2015
24. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Volkswagen Cybersecurity Organization, Germany, 2015
25. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Volvo Cars, Europe, 2015
26. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Tesla and White Hat Hackers, Global, 2015
27. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Honda DSRC Field Trial, Europe, 2014–2015
28. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Ecosystem Participants, Global, 2015–2022
29. Cybersecurity Market: Renesas Electronics Corporation, Global, 2015
30. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Secure Code Challenges and Current Practices, Global, 2015
31. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Key Industry Alliances and Partnerships, Global, 2015
32. Automotive Cybersecurity: Business Impact and Timeline, 2010–2020
33. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Connected Car Value Chain, Global, 2015
34. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: Extended Ecosystem, Global, 2015–2022
35. Automotive Cybersecurity Market: OEM and OTA Approach, Global, 2015–2020



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