About the white paper
Automotive cybersecurity - New risks and challenges require higher levels of security
This white paper takes a look at the risks and challenges within today’s automobile sector and how the automobile lifecycle can be secured.
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How the automobile, its component parts, and the associated manufacturing and services have become more networked and how this has impacted the vulnerability and threat landscape
The security considerations behind the exchange of data via vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communications and vehicle-to-vehicle communications (V2V)
How, if left unprotected, the entire vehicle supply chain is at risk to cybersecurity attacks
A look at security risks in manufacturing and connected components - from digital factories of Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) through to car manufacturers
How a zero-trust approach is required in order to take device attestation and data security seriously
Why all components and information must be authenticated at each access point and with each information exchange
Find out why secure key injection and device attestation are the root of trust for securing the physical and technical quality of the car as well as the services applied to it.
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