automotive industry will experience more change in the next five years than in
the last fifty years.
At the forefront of this
technological revolution is the rise of connectivity and autonomous technologies.
As the industry races to connect more vehicles with drivers and their
surroundings, the risk of cyber-attacks continues to rise.
A significant challenge
facing the industry is the lack of clear standards on how to prioritize cyber
security threats. It was however, re-assuring to note that the Automotive Secure Development Lifecycle (ASDL) developed
by SBD and NCC Group satisfies the recommended guidelines set out in the new
SAE J3061 cyber-security 'standard'.
SBD has made significant
progress in providing the industry with a clear overview of what the priority
threats and solutions should be:
Connected Car - Attack Points and Methods' looks at
the myriad of potential cyber threats to which connected car are exposed.
Connected Car - Countermeasures' examines the solutions available to secure connected cars from cyber-attacks.
The third in the series;
‘Securing the Connected
Car – Balancing risk vs cost’ will answer more of the big
questions facing the industry:
How should we prioritize the latest
How much should we invest in cyber
Are there any statutory or
regulatory requirements we should be aware of?
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