Cyber security pushes vehicle safety beyond engineering

In a world where cyber attacks are common, functional safety must be paired with a robust cyber security strategy. By Freddie Holmes

Improvements in vehicle safety have been led by new crash structures and the introduction of active safety functions. But with the risk of hackers gaining access to a vehicle and its data, functional safety must now be complemented by a comprehensive cyber security programme. This will require a fundamental shift in mindset across entire organisations, and means physical engineering is no longer enough to keep vehicles safe.

New frameworks are coming in to ensure cyber protection becomes a top priority. The

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