Innovations in Connected Car Security

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This edition of the Future Tech TOE highlights the latest advancements in connected car security technology arena that are empowering innovators to secure autonomous vehicles from advanced threats in the connected ecosystem. The TOE provides an overview of the key challenges, industry initiatives, and key innovations related to over the air firmware updates (OTA) and electronic control unit (ECU) security. It focuses on global R&D trends in the connected car security technology space. The TOE also offers analysis of patenting trends for the technology, along with key funding initiatives with respect to connected car security globally.

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Keywords: Connected car security, over the air (OTA) updates, in-vehicle intrusion detection, electronic control unit, end point security, connected components, threat detection, DDoS, telemetry data, in-vehicle communication network

Table of Contents

Innovations in Connected Car SecurityConnected Car Security – An OverviewMultiple Surface Attack Points Are Going to Increase With the Rise in Number of ECUs and Connected ComponentsChallenges for Connected Car SecuritySecurity Challenges Faced by the Automotive Industry in IoT EcosystemKey Security Solution ProvidersCompanies Motivated Toward Providing Connected Car Security OTA Vendors Are Collaborating With Tier-I Suppliers and Security Companies to Offer Complete Security SolutionUse CasesUse Case – Check Point Use Case – Karamba SecurityAlliance Facilitating Automobile Security Alliances and Consortiums for Standardizing and Facilitating Automobile SecurityPatent LandscapeKey Patents on Secure Data TransmissionKey Patents on In-vehicle Communication NetworkUS is the Powerhouse of Innovation in the Connected Cars Security ArenaFrom the Analyst’s Desk: Securing Connected CarsKey ContactsIndustry Contacts




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