Cybersecurity in the Automotive Industry

OEMs and Technology Vendors Focus on Safety and Privacy

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More than 50 vulnerable points in a car could significantly risk its security. By 2020, Frost & Sullivan expects 85% of vehicles to be connected to the Internet. Cyber threats today are not significant, but they have a high potential to cause damage to brands and lives. The traditional automotive ecosystem was a closed environment; with the introduction of connectivity in vehicles, opportunities have opened for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to offer software products. This has gained significant interest from hackers. This study discusses how OEMs are addressing the cybersecurity issue.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsInformation as a Key EnablerSecurity ThreatsVulnerable Access PointsEvolution of Electronics in CarsVulnerability AnalysisCyber Threats in FleetsVulnerable CarsLevel of Involvement in the EcosystemCybersecurity Cost SplitSecure Technology Layers that Address SafetyCurrent and Future OutlookCurrent and Future Outlook (continued)Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions This Study Will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyKey Participants Discussed in This StudyDefinitionsDefinitionsAreas of VulnerabilityVulnerable Areas Subjected to AttackVulnerable Areas Subjected to Attack (continued)Relevance of Cybersecurity Solutions in Connected VehiclesCar Security ExperimentCybersecurity Ecosystem Cybersecurity EcosystemEcosystem CoordinationValue Chain Integration of Cybersecurity in VehiclesCase Study—HarmanOEM Interest in CybersecurityAviation Industry Cybersecurity SolutionsOEM ConcernsOEM ActivitiesOEM Cybersecurity IntentionsCar SecurityVolvo-CGI InitiativeFord PIICase StudiesTeslaCar Identity Theft Unlocking Business PotentialSecuring Vehicle-to-Vehicle CommunicationUnlocking Big Data Benefits through Secured NetworksEnabling Secure OTA UpdatesStrengthening Potential BusinessRegulationsNHTSA Cybersecurity Research InitiativeLocation Privacy Protection Act of 2014PIITomTomGoldenshores Technologies—PII Case StudySpecialist Company ProfilesArilou TechnologiesCisco AutoGuardSecurity Innovation V2X SolutionsIntel TrustletsUtimacoConclusionsThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviations and Acronyms UsedMarket Engineering MethodologyList of Related Research ServicesPassenger Vehicle Telematics Passenger Vehicle Telematics (continued) Telematics and Infotainment Research ProgramCommercial Vehicle Telematics Research ProgramCommercial Vehicle Telematics Research Program (continued)




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