Vulnerable production processes, shifting business models, and the surge in the amount of code used in connected vehicles raises new challenges for automotive cyber security
How can OEMs and Tier suppliers keep track of what is happening in their vehicle fleet as sales in aftermarket components and diagnostic tools grow?
The second in the Understanding Automotive Cyber Security series, this article examines the Electronic Control Units that form the main attack surfaces in the connected vehicle.
To understand automotive cyber security, you need to understand the anatomy of a vehicle, from its in-vehicle networks, to control units and sensors. This article is the first in a series providing...
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