Automotive cybersecurity – market trends

Automotive cybersecurity – market trends

Publication Date: 29-Mar-2021
Number of Pages: 85

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This report explores the growth and importance of cybersecurity systems in the automotive industry. The products, technologies, trends, and forecasts for key cybersecurity segments are included in the report. It contains information and forecasts of the cybersecurity software and services, as all the cybersecurity segments depend on yearly cyber security–enabled vehicle unit sales and systems in use.

Introduction, Scope, and Methodology

  • Introduction
  • Research Scope
  • Terminology and Acronyms
  • Abbreviations
  • Automotive cybersecurity overview

Executive Summary

  • Key Market Drivers
  • Growth in Vehicle Sales with Cybersecurity
  • Growth in Cybersecurity Software
  • Cybersecurity Service Market Opportunity

Cybersecurity Threat and Defense Review

  • What Must Be Defended?
  • Threat Overview
  • Threat Models
  • Attack Approaches

Cybersecurity Solutions

  • Information and Knowledge
  • Organizations
  • Standards
  • Legislation
  • Platforms
  • Hardware Hardening
  • Software Hardening
  • Connected Component Firewalls and IDPS
  • Network Security
  • ECU Security
  • Security Operations Center

Cybersecurity Suppliers

  • Cybersecurity Specialist
    • Argus
    • Arilou Technologies
    • C2A Security
    • GuardKnox
    • Kaspersky
    • Irdeto
    • Karamba Security
    • Regulus Cyber
    • SafeRide Technologies
    • Symatec
    • Trillum Secure
    • Upstream Security
  • Tier 1 Suppliers
    • Bosch
    • Cisco Systems
    • Continental
    • Garrett – Advancing Motion
    • Harman International
    • IBM
    • NXP
    • QNX
    • Renesas

OEM Cybersecurity Activities

  • Challenges
  • Deployment Perspectives



Aseem Uppal

Aseem Uppal is a Senior Analyst at IHS Markit responsible for Connected Car service within the Auto Component and Technology division. He is responsible for performing research, analysis, and developing/maintaining forecasts covering both connected car hardware and software. Additionally, he writes industry reports on topics such as over-the-air (OTA) updates, automotive cybersecurity, data monetization, usage-based insurance (UBI), automotive software, telematics, and more. He is also responsible for speaking on the topics related to connected car and automotive technologies at internal and external conferences.

Aseem holds more than six years of experience in automotive technologies, intellectual property (IP), and telecommunications. He graduated from University of Bath, UK with a Master's Degree in Digital Communications.

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