Not all cyber attacks involve traditional desktop and laptop computers. Some specifically target automobiles. The following report analyzes the global automotive cybersecurity market.
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Over the past few decades, rates of cyber attacks have increased at an alarming rate. Contrary to what some people believe, however, not all cyber attacks involve businesses. While businesses are often targeted with cyber attacks, consumers are targeted just as frequently. In fact, a consumer's car or vehicle could be targeted, resulting in some potentially serious effects that jeopardize the consumer's safety.
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How do cyber attacks target cars and vehicles exactly? Automakers today use high-tech systems that aren't found in vehicles and cars manufactured 20 or more years ago. Many of these high-tech systems use wireless connectivity to provide a superior level of convenience for drivers and passengers. Without wireless connectivity, however, there's an inherit risk of hacking. A hacker could breach the vehicle's system to either steal data or even take control of the vehicle.
Self-driving cars are particularly vulnerable to cyber attacks. Without a human driver behind the wheel, they rely on sensors and signals to operate. If a hacker breaches a self-driving car's information technology (IT) system, he or she could change its course, potentially causing a collision.
The threat of hacking has led some companies to develop cybersecurity solutions specifically for cars and vehicles. These cybersecurity solutions are typically integrated directly into the vehicle's systems, allowing for a superior level of protection against hacking as well as other common cyber threats. As rates of cyber attacks continue to increase, we'll likely see more cars and vehicles being equipped with cybersecurity solutions. For automakers and drivers alike, cybersecurity is a top concern that shouldn't be ignored.
The Global Automotive Cyber Security Market report by HTF Market Intelligence is a comprehensive study of the global automotive cybersecurity market. In this report, you'll discover the market's size, classifications, chain structure, growth drivers, growth challenges and more. Whether you use a automotive cybersecurity solutions or have a financial stake in the market, you should consider buying this report.
Some of the key automotive cybersecurity vendors profiled in this report include Infineon Technologies Ag, Harman International Industries, Inc. (Towersec), Argus Cyber Security, Delphi Automotive Plc, Intel Corporation, Lear Corporation, Trillium Inc., Sbd Automotive & Ncc Group, Karamba Security, Escrypt & Arilou Technologies. This report further segments the market by geographic region, revealing key regions in which automotive cybersecurity is used, including North America (United States, Canada), South America, Asia Country (China, Japan, India, Korea), Europe Country (Germany, UK, France, Italy), and Other Country (Middle East, Africa, GCC).