Automotive cybersecurity for connected cars

While addressing cybersecurity threats has become common practice for consumer devices such as personal computers and smart phones, cybersecurity for connected vehicles with rapidly evolving technologies and more complex attack surfaces is still going through the process of being studied and fully understood.

This infographic provides a summary of connected vehicle cybersecurity issues, primary phases of the security model cycle, and perspective on an emerging security system called Uptane: the first compromise-resilient software update security system designed specifically for automotive.

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