Whitepaper: Improving Cybersecurity for Automotive Electronics Systems

The digital revolution has opened the world to possibility… and vulnerability




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The increased amount of software in cars, and their greater levels of internal and external connectivity, have made automobiles vulnerable to cyberattacks.

Some well-documented examples have demonstrated the real potential for hackers to override automotive software systems and interfere with them operating safely.

How can the developers of automotive electronics ensure that their systems are secure?

With Ansys medini analyze for Cybersecurity, engineers can now identify and address vulnerabilities across the entire electronics architecture in a six-step process:

  • Identify the assets inside vehicle systems such as braking, steering, lighting, HVAC, GPS navigation and infotainment systems
  • Allow you to discover the system-level vulnerabilities, such as interfaces, that place these assets and their performance at risk
  • Help you to understand the consequences of exploiting these vulnerabilities, at the system and component levels
  • Give you the tools to estimate the potential likelihood of an attack, based on the effort needed to execute it
  • Let you define a risk level for each threat by calculating both the likelihood of an attack and the potential consequences
  • Enable you to plan and execute appropriate cybersecurity measures to guard against all identified risks, beginning with the highest-level risks

Download this whitepaper to learn how you can deliver safe and secure products, reduce time-to-market, maximize profit margins, and comply with upcoming regulations surrounding cybersecurity, such as ISO 21434.

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IQPC Gesellschaft für Management Konferenzen mbH
Address: Friedrichstrasse 94, 10117 Berlin
Tel: 49 (0) 30 20 913 -274
Fax: 49 (0) 30 20 913 240
E-mail: info@iqpc.de
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Management: Silke Klaudat, Richard A. Worden, Michael R. Worden

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IQPC Gesellschaft für Management Konferenzen mbH
Adresse: Friedrichstrasse 94, 10117 Berlin
Telefonnummer: 030 20913 -274
Fax: 49 (0) 30 20 913 240
Email Adresse: info@iqpc.de
Registereintragungen: Amtsgericht Charlottenburg HRB 76720
Umsatzsteuer- Indentifikationsnummer DE210454451
Geschäftsführung: Silke Klaudat, Richard A. Worden, Michael R. Worden