Cybersecurity is a crucial component of any automaker’s connected vehicle strategy for a safe and secure world. Vehicles with embedded connectivity will account for approximately 80% of connected vehicle sales by 2026, and OEMs are securing embedded systems at the design phase to reduce future cyberthreats. Together with upcoming regulatory mandates, OEM organizations are prioritizing cybersecurity in vehicles.
It is the responsibility of automakers to perform a detailed cyber-assessment and adopt relevant mitigation strategies to protect important vulnerability points throughout the vehicle life cycle. Vehicle hacks could mean unsafe driving conditions, reduced OEM brand loyalty, loss of data privacy, ransomware attacks, compromised data integrity, and unauthorized access to vehicle components. Security is the foundation towards building a “Trusted Society”.
Join Frost & Sullivan, along with Fujitsu Limited as they discuss the vehicle security market, including:
- Fujitsu’s Key Concept of “Trusted Society” and its Vehicle Security Vision
- Key Trends in the Global Automotive Security Market
- How Vehicle Security Solutions Improve Automotive Security Performance
- What OEMs and Suppliers have to do to Mitigate Cyber-risks