About this webinar
Mitigation of cyber security attacks on connected and automated cars remains a top priority. In absence of regulatory requirements for Vehicle Cyber Security, manufacturers are industry associations are collectively pursuing international standards and guidelines to protect the Connected & Automated Car. The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) has recently published a *report to promote Cybersecurity for connected and (semi-)automated cars by identifying emerging threats and issuing guidance on potential security measures that can help to mitigate them.
This webinar explores competitor movements for ECU protection from leading players and innovative startups, collaborations and supply chain developments to close the security gaps in Connected and Autonomous Vehicles.
I head up FutureBridge’s syndicated research and thought leadership in future mobility culminated in our Mobility Insider. Combining economics & finance education with research and consulting experience in the forefront of automotive technology, I advise clients on roadmaps to new mobility.
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