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Special report: Connected vehicle data security

This Automotive World special report on connected vehicle data security looks not only at light vehicle cyber security, but also at what is being done to secure data in connected trucks; it also examines the increasingly important role of data centres and the need for pan-industry collaboration. ‘Special report: Connected vehicle data security‘ (https://www.automotiveworld.com/research/special-report-connected-vehicle-data-security) is available to … Continued

This Automotive World special report on connected vehicle data security looks not only at light vehicle cyber security, but also at what is being done to secure data in connected trucks; it also examines the increasingly important role of data centres and the need for pan-industry collaboration.

Special report: Connected vehicle data security‘ (https://www.automotiveworld.com/research/special-report-connected-vehicle-data-security) is available to download now from the research section of AutomotiveWorld.com.

In this report:

Personal mobility of tomorrow depends on security developed today
Auto industry strengthens relationship with car hackers
Cyber security concerns unite industry, says Toyota
The data centre – a fortress for the connected car
The high stakes auto industry needs high stakes cyber security
Data industry senses auto industry’s need for predictive analytics
Recent hacks ‘canary in the coalmine’ for truck industry
Whole-car approach needed to secure the connected car
In the Internet of Things, cars must be able to defend themselves
Military expertise could secure the connected car

Quotes from the report:

We must take cyber security seriously to ensure this new mobility ecosystem does not turn into dystopia for everyone rather than just driving enthusiasts– Sam Abuelsamid, Navigant Research

Any time we learn about somebody’s efforts to find vulnerabilities or exploit something in the vehicle, we learn, and we’re able to make changes – Tom Stricker, Chairman of the Board of the Auto-ISAC and Vice President of Product Regulatory Affairs, Toyota

Imagine whole fleets of trucks being stopped dead ahead in the road – any fleet operator facing this could lose a lot of money – Yoni Heilbronn, Vice President of Marketing, Argus Security

The entire industry will suffer in the wake of an ADAS-driven incident. So they are supporting each other, not fighting. They’re willing to go out there and provide best practices, otherwise nobody wins – Sam Rehman, Chief Technical Officer, Arxan

Consider the biggest risks that a cyber securityproduct is trying to protect against. Within enterprise, this would be the loss or theft of data, but within automotive, it’s the loss of life – David Barzilai, Executive Chairman, Karamba Security

If the academics can hack in, then so can the people with poor intentions – Joel Gibson, Vice President for Business Line Management at Magna Electronics

Further information 

Automotive World subscribers can access the report by following this link: https://www.automotiveworld.com/research/special-report-connected-vehicle-data-security

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