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Cyber Secure Car 2015
29 - 30 September 2015
Cyber Secure Car 2015
Automotive cyber security is a critical concern for vehicle manufacturers and their customers
More than 100m cars will have some form of connectivity by 2025. With interfaces to smartphones, and ever-more powerful navigation, infotainment and automation technologies, vehicles are becoming exposed to external software like never before. As a result, the automobile is now an attractive target to a new generation of hackers, fraudsters, terrorists and other cyber criminals.
Today’s cars can have 50+ attack surfaces with 100 ECUs running over 1m lines of code developed by numerous suppliers and requiring on-going OTA updates. This makes protecting the vehicle and its owner from cyber threats extremely demanding and complex.