Automotive Cyber Security 2025: The secure Connected Car

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  • Publication date: Q3 2021
  • Number of pages: 90
  • Number of tables and graphs: 61

 

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Description

Over the next decade, vehicle security will expand to cover cyber threats on the vehicle as well as the vehicle’s external network including the infrastructure. Therefore, effective Automotive Cyber Security requires cross-industry collaboration

In the aftermath of the car hacks by cyber security researchers and US Senator Markey’s report on the vulnerability of modern vehicles to malicious attacks, Automotive Cyber Security will unfold as the key topic in OEMs and suppliers’ agenda for the immediate future. The outcome of these drivers will be a shift in car manufacturers’ strategy towards Automotive Cyber Security in the form of new investment, M&A and collaborations with suppliers and other cyber security companies. This could drive Connected-Cyber Security penetration up quite quickly and alter the competitive landscape. The key challenges here are how quickly the level of security and privacy in Connected Cars will rise to sufficient levels to avoid having vulnerable vehicles.

We expect that the landscape of the Automotive Cyber Security market will change rapidly over the next decade, especially after the expected mandate for standard fitment of cyber security solutions. Regulatory mandates on the standard fitment of cyber security solutions in modern vehicles will be the catalyst that will drive change in the competitive structure as competition intensifies and consolidation continues.

We assess that towards the end of the forecast all new cars will feature some kind of ratings indicating how strong their security against cyber threats is, together with their ratings for safety

Read our report to:

  • Unlock the potential of the Automotive Cyber Security market by reading about investment, M&A, partnerships in the marketplace
  • Discover the drivers of growth over the next decade
  • Read our penetration forecast of Hardware, Software-based solutions and Services
  • Identify the leading suppliers of software and hardware equipment
  • Understand the competitive landscape by reading our exclusive interviews
  • A-Z: software, hardware solutions and service portfolio from leading companies

Automotive Cyber Security

The recent white-hat hacking demonstrations will probably accelerate the outcome of the regulatory mandate in the U.S and pave the way for other countries to follow. Additionally, we expect that by the end of 2016, most of the currently ongoing or announced penetration tests will have finished, similarly to product evaluation for most OEMs. Therefore, talks about product integration will begin for their next-generation vehicles. This will fuel demand for both software/hardware solutions and services for Automotive Cyber Security over the next decade.

Additionally, more and more carmakers announce their intention to introduce OTA updates which, although most of them today serves more convenience purposes rather than security ones, it brings them one step closer to the task. As more carmakers exploit the benefits of the cloud, i.e. data storage, remote vehicle control and wireless updates, demand for cloud security is expected to increase.

The necessity for industry-wide standardisation and collaboration is key for adoption. However, we expect that the regulation will set minimum standards in the form of a basic framework, on top of which carmakers will develop their solutions to help them in competitive differentiation.

What is more, the history of the automotive industry is full of examples of lack of collaboration and unwillingness to standardise procedures for innovative technologies on behalf of the OEMs (e.g. EV charging). Therefore, even though some common, voluntary standards will emerge, it is somehow unrealistic to expect them to cooperatively increase vehicle security unless the regulation demands so or a malicious car hack occurs-given fact that it constitutes an additional cost.

Demand for solutions is in its infancy despite increasing supply

Argus’s Intrusion Prevention System uses Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) algorithms to detect hacking attempts and prevents them from affecting a vehicle’s critical systems. It also notifies car manufacturers in real-time when these attempts are happening and enables seamless integration into any vehicle’s production line. The company also offers Cyber Security Vulnerability assessments.

Network giant Cisco offers both services and software solutions in the Automotive Cyber Security market. In terms of the latter, Cisco offers the Auto Guard, a holistic security solution for vehicles which includes anomaly-detection, hardening and other Vehicle Area Network security functions. The solution is also set to extend to offer real-time, over the air updates for vehicle ECUs.

Israel-based Arilou Technologies offers cyber security solutions in the fields of car cyber security (CAN bus), hacking and penetration testing. Apart from conducting Cyber Security Vulnerability assessments, the company has developed the Security Agent, an IPS and CAN bus firewall that can be integrated into the existing vehicle’s CAN network and blocks any attempt to send illegal messages on the network.

’In 2014 we saw OEMs establishing in-house cyber security units and leadership dedicated to the field while significant resources have been dedicated to vulnerability-detection and penetration testing’’

Dr Anuja Sonalker, VP of Engineering & Operations at TowerSec

 

Table of Contents

  1. Executive Summary        

    1. Penetration of Automotive Cyber Security & evolution of secure Connected Cars
    2. Learn how the competitive landscape will change by 2025
      1. Regulation
      2. Funding & Investments
      3. New mobility (AMoD) increases security requirements
    3. Strategic recommendations to players
      1. Car manufacturers
      2. Automotive cyber security companies
      3. Major automotive suppliers strengthening their cyber security competence
  1. Automotive Cyber Security: state of the art in 2020

    1. What makes Cyber Security a top priority for carmakers?
    2. Learn about the Market Status of Automotive Cyber Security in 2019
      1. Carmakers’ cyber security expertise is low for the already high level of Connected Car penetration
      2. There is no Automotive Cyber Security regulation in place
      3. Demand for solutions is in its infancy despite increasing supply
    3. Funding & Investments 
  1. Automotive Cyber Security Forecast 2025

    1. Market definition
    2. Automotive Cyber Security Penetration Forecast 2015-2025
      1. Hardware vs software-based solutions & cyber security services
      2. Forecast of cost of Automotive Cyber Security solutions per vehicle
    3. Drivers of growth vs restraints & challenges for adoption
      1. Drivers of growth for Automotive Cyber Security
      2. Restraints and challenges of adoption
    4. Global & regional Connected Car Forecast 2015-2025
    5. Forecast of cars equipped with OTA Software update Capability by 2025
    6. US V2V & V2I Communications Penetration Forecast up to 2025
  1. Interviews with industry experts: insights from 7 buzzing startups

    1. Argus Cyber Security
      1. Argus’s role in the Automotive Cyber Security market
      2. Argus on regulation, hacks and recent developments that will drive the market forward
      3. On proposed legislation & core principles Argus’s products already cover
      4. Argus on the current level of demand
      5. Market competition & Argus’s future
    2. Arilou Technologies
      1. Arilou’s role in the Automotive Cyber Security Market
      2. On the cost of embedding cyber security solutions for OEMs
      3. On the current market status
      4. On the growth drivers over the next decade
      5. Drawing parallels between Automotive and IT Cyber Security
      6. On the changing market landscape during 2015-2025
      7. Arilou’s expectations on the development of cyber security penetration
      8. On Arilou’s future in the marketplace
    3. Cisco Systems
      1. Cisco’s background and the role of Israeli companies
      2. Cisco on how to make Connected Cars secure
      3. On key developments in the market so far
      4. When will Automotive Cyber Security Solutions become mainstream?
      5. On the growth drivers over the next decade
      6. Cisco on how will the marketplace evolve over the next decade
      7. On cyber security & V2V-V2I
      8. On the importance & challenges of OTA software updates
    4. Karamba Security
      1. Learn about Karamba’s software for Connected Car security
        1. Karamba on why retrofitting security software in all cars, new and older, is important
        2. Karamba’s key benefits for carmakers, Tier 1s
        3. No need for continuous updates every time a new threat comes along
      2. Read about the level of demand for Karamba’s solution and what the industry is looking for
      3. Who will pay for automotive cyber security?
      4. On adoption of security solutions over the next decade
      5. On the development of market competition: M&A & consolidation
      6. On Karamba’s vision and future
    5. SBD (Secure By Design Ltd)
      1. SBD Secure Car’s role in the Automotive Cyber Security Market
      2. SBD’s offerings in the marketplace
      3. SBD on the current level of demand for cyber security solutions
      4. What is the cost of being hacked?
      5. On the current market status & future development of the market
      6. On the importance of Over-The-Air (OTA) software updates
      7. Will cyber-attacks threaten V2V & V2I communications?
    6. TowerSec
      1. TowerSec’s offerings for cyber security – ECUshield & TCUshield
      2. On how cars can be protected from cyber-threats
      3. On key developments in the market during 2014/15
      4. What will drive growth for suppliers over the next decade
      5. On the key challenges for suppliers
      6. On cyber security ratings for consumers
    7. Trillium Incorporated
      1. Trillium’s offerings in the Automotive Cyber Security market– SecureCAR
      2. Trillium on Automotive Cyber Security developments in Japan
      3. On adoption of cyber security solutions and market competition over the next decade
      4. On Trillium’s future 
  1. 15 Leading suppliers in Automotive Cyber Security

    1. Argus Cyber Security Ltd.
      1. Recent company news and developments
      2. Argus’s offerings in the Automotive Cyber Security Market
    2. Arilou Technologies Ltd.
      1. Arilou’s offerings in the Automotive Cyber Security Market
    3. BT Security
      1. BT’s offerings in the Automotive Cyber Security Market
    4. Cisco Systems Inc.
      1. Cisco’s offerings in the Automotive Cyber Security Market
    5. ESCRYPT-Embedded Security
      1. Escrypt’s offerings in the Automotive Cyber Security Market
    6. Harman
      1. Red Bend Software
        1. Recent company news & developments
        2. Red Bend’s offerings in the Automotive Cyber Security Market
      2. TowerSec
        1. Recent company news & developments
        2. TowerSec’s offerings in the Automotive Cyber Security Market
      3. Intel Corporation
        1. Intel’s offerings in the Automotive Cyber Security Market
      4. Karamba Security
      5. NXP Semiconductors
        1. NXP’s offerings in the Automotive Cyber Security Market
      6. SBD & NCC Group
        1. SBD & NCC Group offerings in the Automotive Cyber Security Market
      7. Secunet AG
        1. Secunet’s offerings in the Automotive Cyber Security Market
      8. Security Innovation Inc.
        1. Recent company news & developments
        2. Security Innovation’s offerings in the Automotive Cyber Security Market
      9. Symphony Teleca & Guardtime
        1. Recent company news & developments
        2. Symphony Teleca’s offerings s in the Automotive Cyber Security Market
      10. Trillium Incorporated
        1. Recent company news & developments
        2. Trillium’s products in the Automotive Cyber Security Market
        3. Assessment of Trillium’s position
      11. Utimaco IS GmbH
        1. Utimaco’s offerings in the Automotive Cyber Security Market
      12. APTIV
      13. Bosch
      14. Continental
      15. Denso
      16. Harman
      17. Magna
      18. Valeo
      19. Other leading companies in the Automotive Cyber Security Market