- The rising need for automotive cybersecurity will trigger investments, and the market is expected to grow to US$9.7 billion in 2030
- There are currently no specific regulations in the US around automotive cybersecurity
- Experts have warned that automakers are behind the curve when adopting cybersecurity best practices
Automotive cybersecurity is going to be vital for automakers as the industry races to build more autonomous, connected cars and electric vehicles. However, experts have warned that automakers are behind the curve when adopting cybersecurity best practices.
As cars become more connected and dominate the agenda of automotive industry leaders in recent years, they’re also becoming increasingly susceptible to cyberattacks.
Vulnerabilities expose need for automotive cybersecurity
Recent vulnerabilities surfaced in Honda and Acura’s cars through the communication with its remote keyless entry function. According to researchers, easily intercepted radio signals from the wireless entry key fob on almost any Acura vehicle could