AutoTechInsight Webinar: Automotive Cybersecurity - How safe are modern vehicles?

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While connectivity and autonomy represent key growth areas in the automotive industry, protecting vehicles from cyber attacks is becoming a prerequisite requirement for current and future vehicle software development. This in turn is fueling the growth of the automotive cybersecurity market landscape. Both onboard and offboard security protection requirements are gaining significant traction. Security Operation Centers (SOCs) and back-end cybersecurity solutions are becoming key for all Connected Autonomous Shared EV (CASE) use cases.

Come and listen to what our cybersecurity analyst has to say about the growth prospects of cybersecurity solutions and markets. Our analyst will discuss automotive cybersecurity solution features, the expected growth of each category and key implications for the supply chain. Our analyst also illustrates growing challenges and associated resolutions from a ‘Software-Defined Vehicles’, EE architecture, and software standardization (AUTOSAR) perspective.

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Anna is a principal analyst and manager in the connected car & vehicle experience team at S&P Global Mobility.

Since joining the company in November 2006, Anna has developed and headed the Infotainment focus area. Now her research focuses on connectivity and vehicle experience topics mainly for the North American market.

In addition, Anna manages a team of analysts that focus on the hardware aspects of the connected car and user interfaces. Anna has led and contributed to numerous projects that include detailed analysis of in-vehicle head unit systems, acoustic systems as well as telematics solutions for a number of international OEM and supplier companies to support critical decisions that shape the automotive and transportation business landscape.

Manuel Tagliavini is a principal research analyst, Supply Chain and Technology, at S&P Mobility. His primary area of research includes Automotive software development, design, validation and cybersecurity.

Manuel began his analyst career as a principal analyst at IHS Markit with MEMS & Sensors and semiconductor industry as his primary area or research.

Prior to joining S&P Mobility he spent more than 12 years with STMicroelectronics working in various roles in the company’s MEMS division, including product engineering, program management, marketing, business development and finance.

He earned a Master of Science in Electronic Engineering from the University of Parma in Italy and, back in 2016, an Executive MBA at SDA Bocconi School of Management in Milano, Italy.

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