Cybersecurity for the Connected Vehicle

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Security is not something that can be delegated to suppliers. OEMs need to take overall responsibility for security and make it central to their business. They must view the vehicle as part of a wider system and, in that context, take steps to secure both the existing fleet and new vehicles. OEMs that gain and […]

Security is not something that can be delegated to suppliers. OEMs need to take overall responsibility for security and make it central to their business. They must view the vehicle as part of a wider system and, in that context, take steps to secure both the existing fleet and new vehicles. OEMs that gain and fulfill the trust of their customers will also win a competitive advantage, and will be able to grow securely and confidently as digital enterprises.

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