Charlotte Wright: TU-Automotive has just released a new 60-page report titled Cyber Security in the Connected Vehicle 2016

The cyber security of connected vehicles is one of the biggest challenges facing automakers and suppliers today. As more cars get connected and join the Internet of Things – the problem gets even bigger.

But where exactly do the threats lie? What needs to be secured? What are the real risks and what is just hype?

This is why TU-Automotive has just released a new 60-page report titled Cyber Security in the Connected Vehicle 2016 and it’s available to buy now.
It looks at the vital role of robust cyber security practices and systems in the connected vehicle now and in the future of the automotive industry.

Download the brochure to see the table of contents and an extract here: 

Here’s a quick overview:

• This report outlines the global automotive cyber security landscape and the vital tools for developing holistic security approaches

• Key areas covered include; a map of the attack surface, types of hacks, available market solutions, standards, and lessons from other industries to give you a complete understanding of the current automotive cyber security space

• Interviews with experts from automakers, government, and security service providers were undertaken to provide new and critical analysis to the evolving problem of cyber security in the vehicle

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