Cybersecurity in the Automotive Industry

Cybersecurity in the Automotive Industry

OEMs and Technology Vendors Focus on Safety and Privacy

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30-Oct-2014
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North America
Research Code: NE30-01-00-00-00
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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.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Information as a Key Enabler

Security Threats

Vulnerable Access Points

Evolution of Electronics in Cars

Vulnerability Analysis

Cyber Threats in Fleets

Vulnerable Cars

Level of Involvement in the Ecosystem

Cybersecurity Cost Split

Secure Technology Layers that Address Safety

Current and Future Outlook

Current and Future Outlook (continued)

Research Scope

Research Aims and Objectives

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

Research Background

Research Methodology

Key Participants Discussed in This Study

Definitions

Vulnerable Areas Subjected to Attack

Vulnerable Areas Subjected to Attack (continued)

Relevance of Cybersecurity Solutions in Connected Vehicles

Car Security Experiment

Cybersecurity Ecosystem

Ecosystem Coordination

Value Chain Integration of Cybersecurity in Vehicles

Case Study—Harman

Aviation Industry Cybersecurity Solutions

OEM Concerns

OEM Activities

OEM Cybersecurity Intentions

Car Security

Volvo-CGI Initiative

Ford PII

Tesla

Car Identity Theft

Securing Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication

Unlocking Big Data Benefits through Secured Networks

Enabling Secure OTA Updates

Strengthening Potential Business

NHTSA Cybersecurity Research Initiative

Location Privacy Protection Act of 2014

PII

TomTom

Goldenshores Technologies—PII Case Study

Arilou Technologies

Cisco AutoGuard

Security Innovation V2X Solutions

Intel Trustlets

Utimaco

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

Abbreviations and Acronyms Used

Market Engineering Methodology

Passenger Vehicle Telematics

Passenger Vehicle Telematics (continued)

Telematics and Infotainment Research Program

Commercial Vehicle Telematics Research Program

Commercial Vehicle Telematics Research Program (continued)

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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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Author Nandini Tare
Industries Automotive
WIP Number NE30-01-00-00-00
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