The global car industry is going through a sustained period of change. It is likely that most of the US, Japanese and European auto giants will still exist in 20 years from now but their products will be very different. They will be all electric, possibly self-driving and hyper connected.

However, is there a flaw in the grand plan of all motor manufacturers – old and new? Super connected and autonomous become vulnerable to hacks and cyber attacks once they are online – just as any connected object. How then are tech companies, the car industry and the suppliers preparing now, to secure the cars of the future?

 

Contents:

Introduction

  • Encouraging innovation through secure data access from cars
  • BMW and IBM in partnership
  • How security can be built into cars as a well as privacy

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