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Security is integral to developing a high-quality, high-performing vehicle. Automotive executives have begun to realize the critical ties between cyber and vehicle security, but there’s more work to do.
Vehicle cybersecurity isn’t like the cross-cutting challenges with which automakers are more familiar. It has a much nastier set of variables—numerous inroads and unrelenting attackers—that stretch well beyond the vehicle. Without taking a “systems” view of the vehicle cybersecurity challenge, siloed efforts only close a few of the doors to risk. Most of the business remains unprotected, creating big problems.
Through this timely industry insight, Booz Allen's cyber experts outline the four, big organizational changes that leaders can make to address this issue and thrive:
With the right leadership and an integrated approach, automakers will find that the opportunity outweighs the risks.
“Vehicle cybersecurity isn’t like the cross-cutting challenges with which automakers are more familiar. It has a much nastier set of variables.”