With today’s connected vehicles containing such complex E/E architecture, cybersecurity must be considered across an array of interrelated systems and networks.
The cars of tomorrow - particularly autonomous vehicles - will provide a vast number of benefits to the consumer. However, with everything from steering to infotainment controlled by computers, the security vulnerabilities continue to multiply.
The blurring of the lines between transportation and software is one of the most pressing issues for the auto industry, and until now software security has not always kept pace with the development of new technology. As a result, connected vehicles have a range of unique cybersecurity issues which must be tackled with a holistic framework to mitigate the potential threat of cyberattacks through the entire vehicle lifecycle.
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