The auto industry is moving towards networked vehicles, autonomous driving systems and intelligent transportation. Smart technological developments like these promise a host of benefits but come at a cost. There is an urgent need to effectively manage the growing risk of cyberattacks across both personal vehicles and the broader mobile ecosystem.
Horiba Mira has been developing and providing automotive cybersecurity solutions to the automotive industry for over 14 years. During this time, the company has spearheaded a number of cybersecurity projects and actively contributed to the development of key automotive cybersecurity standards and regulations, such as SAE J3061, ISO/SAE 21434, ISO 24089 and new UNECE regulations 155 and 156 Anthony Martin, Chief Engineer and Head of Vehicle Resilience at Horiba Mira, points out that although the information technology industry has established methodologies approaches to deal with such cyberthreats, but these protocols do not always translate directly to automotive applications. In this case, he said Automotive worldCybersecurity presents an entirely different set of considerations.