Improving the road safety – that is an ultimate challenge, might be finally solved by extending the car’s autonomy. By enabling interconnection between various types of vehicles and connecting them to a powerful computer network, the leading car manufacturers intend to transform the concept of driving. However, this major shift from a mechanical system of a conventional vehicle to an always-connected car raises a plethora of automotive cyber security concerns.
These days people are driving more connected cars than ever and for automakers the growing trend of such vehicles means enhancing electronic content per vehicles. With the increasing number of cloud based applications and technological advancements these new forms of mobility like connected and autonomous vehicles are increasingly getting exposed to automotive cybersecurity threats.
The passenger vehicle segment is projected to be the largest market for automotive cyber security, Markets research highlighted adding the market growth in this segment can be attributed to the increasing electronic content inside the vehicle that is controlled by ECUs. Moreover, passenger vehicles are connected to external cloud services for telematics and fleet management applications.
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