The Ultimate Guide Part 2: Automotive Cybersecurity Best Practice Recommendations

With new standards and regulations at play, security teams are abandoning outdated practices and implementing a more methodical, systematic approach to cybersecurity across all organizations. Following our review of ISO 21434 and WP.29 R155 Regulation, C2A Security reviews industry best practice, and how these can be seamlessly adopted across the automotive supply chain.

Why the Automotive Industry Needs AutoSec

We learned from OEMs, Tier 1 suppliers and key stakeholders that the automotive industry lacked harmonized communication, visibility and transparency into the entire vehicle lifecycle. AutoSec was designed to serve those needs.

Practical Automotive Cybersecurity as a Key for Tackling OEM Challenges

The automotive industry is in a time of upheaval: juggling a complex supply chain, the implementation of new regulations and connected vehicle architecture mean cybersecurity is more difficult to implement than ever before. By being practical, OEMs can tackle these challenges with ease — ushering in a new era of automotive cybersecurity.

“Security by design” is wishful thinking

“Security by Design” may work in other industries but is wishful thinking for the automotive space. Our Chief Product and Marketing Officer Nathaniel Meron explains why this concept can’t adequately account for the cybersecurity needs of CASE vehicles and what action we can take now to best support automotive security.

Cybersecurity essentials: opening communication across the automotive supply chain

OEMs face huge challenges when coordinating cybersecurity efforts across the entire supply chain. How can OEMs and Tier 1s effectively implement open communication across all tiers of suppliers? Nathaniel Meron, our Chief Product and Marketing Officer, outlines the essentials for successful cybersecurity communication in his new blog post