The modern car is both connected and vulnerable. The increased connectivity has augmented the threats of cybersecurity, as vehicles today operate with advanced telematics technology and internet connectivity along with a vast supply chain with many stakeholders. Are automotive manufacturers ready to counter the risk of cyberattacks on their vehicle?
Connectivity in a software defined car for the future is the key to develop a fully connected and autonomous vehicle, therefore securing it from threats is also something companies must prioritize. A connected vehicle has numerous attack points which can hamper the vehicle’s functioning and cause harm to the vehicle and the driver. The current technology enables hackers to attack millions of vehicles simultaneously and remotely. There is a need for automotive OEMs to make strategies for cyber threats to their vehicles. In this report, BIS Research analyses every aspect of automotive cybersecurity to secure the future of mobility.