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February 16, 2021 //By Rich Pell
Connected cars vulnerable to cyber attacks, says study
Cybersecurity software company Trend Micro has announced a major new study into connected car security that describes multiple scenarios in which drivers could encounter attacks that threaten the safety of themselves and others.
in attacks will lead to higher risk threats.

To mitigate the risks outlined in the study, the company says connected car security must be designed with an integrated view of all critical areas to secure the end-to-end data supply chain. The company offers the following high-level guidance for protecting connected cars:

  • Assume compromise and have effective alert, containment, and mitigation processes.
  • Protect the end-to-end data supply chain across the car's E/E network, the network infrastructure, backend servers, and VSOC (Vehicle Security Operations Center).
  • Apply lessons learned to further strengthen defenses and prevent repeat incidents.
  • Relevant security technologies include firewall, encryption, device control, app security, vulnerability scanner, code signing, IDS for CAN, AV for head unit, and much more.

For more, see the full report: " Cyber Security for Connected Cars: Exploring Risks in 5G, Cloud and Other Connected Technologies ."

Trend Micro

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