CYBERSECURITY IN THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY AND ECOSYSTEM
In Chapter 03 Cybersecurity in the Automotive Industry, we examine the new significance of cybersecurity in the automotive industry resulting from the technological progress of the vehicle. The pace of innovation in the automotive industry is increasing due to advances in technology and new developments, digitalization, and connectivity. In this context, we talk about the evolution of the automotive cybersecurity ecosystem.
In this chapter, you will learn more about the opening of systems, evolving connectivity, new communication channels and applications – especially with a view to the developments around Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X).
Here, you’ll understand the cybersecurity implications of adding new attack surfaces and cybersecurity-related risks to the vehicle. Also important to know: It’s not just about the product, but about all phases of the product lifecycle (especially also with a view to use in the field), the (newly added) vehicle backend – keywords: Security Operations Center (SOC for short) and Cyber Defense Center (CDC for short) – but also about numerous new stakeholders and several parts of the increasingly complex value chain that are affected.
Who our Cybersecurity in the Automotive Industry online courses are made for
For Business Development and Managers
You are a business development manager or on a management level and currently dealing with the exploration of possibilities and opportunities while at the same time considering risks and obligations in the rapidly evolving automotive industry and the whole ecosystem around? Then this video course will help you to understand important aspects of cybersecurity in the automotive industry.
For Development Engineers and Cybersecurity Engineers
The more modern vehicles are to be fully connected, completely digitized and loaded with new functions, the more complex the underlying systems become. A high number of ECUs, more and more software and always new aspects with high cybersecurity relevance are added. From an engineering point of view, this video course will provide you with an overview.