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Cybersecurity in Automotive – Thematic Research

Pages: 72 Published: June 06, 2022 Report Code: GDAU-TR-S044

The global cybersecurity in automotive industry was valued at $125.5 billion in 2020. The market is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 9% during the period 2020-2025. Cybersecurity is the body of technologies, processes, and practices designed to protect networks, computers, programs, and electronic data from attack, damage, or unauthorized access.

Cybersecurity in vehicles must be extensive, defending both the frontend and backend of vehicle systems and all the infrastructure upon which connected cars rely.

Cybersecurity in Automotive

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The Impact of Cybersecurity on the Automotive Industry

Cybersecurity-related regulation is being implemented in different ways around the world. As a result, auto players must be aware of the regulatory landscape they are playing in to ensure compliance.

The US government signed the Internet of Things Cybersecurity Improvement Act into law in December 2020. This law introduced minimum cybersecurity standards for IoT device use by the federal government, including vehicle telematics systems. In Europe, the UNECE formally introduced Regulation 155 in January 2021, compelling automakers to implement best practices to mitigate cybersecurity threats. This includes ensuring sufficient processes are in place to promote cybersecurity, that vehicles are using appropriate cybersecurity architectures, and that they can demonstrate cybersecurity risk mitigation

Tesla is a prime example of a company proactively increasing its cybersecurity. When made aware of vulnerabilities, Tesla rewards the researchers and releases patches quickly. In August 2015, when two researchers took control of a Tesla Model S by hacking into the car’s entertainment system, Tesla issued a security update for the car the day after the exploit was announced.

The auto industry will face more cyberattacks as it introduces more connected, digital, and electronic systems to new vehicles and as companies themselves become more digital. The data collected by connected cars can be extremely sensitive. As cars become more intertwined with other aspects of our lives, such as social media and bank accounts, the connected car is becoming a way for cybercriminals to access more areas of an individual’s life.

Cybersecurity in Automotive Industry: Value Chain Analysis

The key value chain in the cybersecurity in automotive industry are hardware, software and services. With chips now being used in mission-critical servers and safety-critical applications, protecting chips from cyberattacks is becoming more critical and more expensive. Systems vendors such as Apple and Amazon are increasingly designing their own chips rather than buying commercially developed devices and intellectual property (IP) created by third-party developers. These vendors are developing their own ecosystems and requirements, and security is a key concern.

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Key Cybersecurity Adopters in the Automotive Industry

The key cybersecurity adopters in the automotive industry are BMW, Denso, Continental, Ford, General Motors (GM), Hyundai, Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), Mercedes-Benz, Tesla, and Toyota.

Leading Cybersecurity Vendors in the Automotive Industry

The leading cybersecurity vendors in the automotive industry are Accenture, Alphabet, Check Point Software, Cisco, Cloudflare, CrowdStrike, Darktrace, Dell Technologies, Fortinet, IBM, and Microsoft.

Key Specialist Cybersecurity Vendors in the Automotive Industry

The key specialist cybersecurity vendors in the automotive industry are Argus Cyber Security, BlackBerry, Cybellum, GuardKnox, Horiba Mira, Majenta Solutions, Panasonic, Telefónica, WISeKey, and Upstream Security.

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Market report overview

Market size 2020 $125.5 billion
CAGR% 2020-2025 >9%
Key value chains Hardware, Software and Services
Key adopters BMW, Denso, Continental, Ford, General Motors (GM), Hyundai, Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), Mercedes-Benz, Tesla, and Toyota
Leading vendors Accenture, Alphabet, Check Point Software, Cisco, Cloudflare, CrowdStrike, Darktrace, Dell Technologies, Fortinet, IBM, and Microsoft
Key specialist vendors Accenture, Alphabet, Check Point Software, Cisco, Cloudflare, CrowdStrike, Darktrace, Dell Technologies, Fortinet, IBM, and Microsoft

Scope

  • The detailed value chain comprises 14 segments, ranging from chip-based security to identity management, network, endpoint, cloud, and application security, and services such as managed security, post-breach response, and risk and compliance. Leading and challenging vendors are identified across all 14 segments.
  • Challenges the automotive sector is currently facing are outlined, and the ways they impact cybersecurity are addressed.
  • Details of specific use cases of cybersecurity in the automotive sector are given,
  • Forecasts are given for cybersecurity revenues to 2025 split by software, services, and hardware. Comprehensive industry analysis is also provided, looking at patent, company filing, hiring, and social media trends related to cybersecurity in the automotive sector.
  • It contains details of global M&A deals driven by the cybersecurity theme, and a timeline highlighting milestones in the development of cybersecurity.

Key Highlights

The cybersecurity vulnerabilities specific to the auto industry are numerous. Hackers could compromise the safety and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) of a vehicle in use or, worse, manipulate any autonomous functionality to directly cause a crash. Bad actors could also access vehicle occupants’ private information such as current location, previous GPS destinations, or smartphone contacts. As automakers increasingly rely on over-the-air (OTA) updates to remotely add or upgrade vehicle features, cybersecurity efforts will be needed to ensure these methods are insulated from threat actors.

At a higher level, automotive companies are also at risk of industrial cybercrime, such as the theft of valuable tech secrets or damage to their digital infrastructure. Insurance firm Munich Re expects global cybercrime damage across all industries to reach $10.5 trillion by 2025 compared to $6 trillion in 2021. The risk of cybercrime in the automotive industry continues to grow as vehicles become more connected and introduce more digital functions. Cybercrime already poses a significant threat to automotive players, with the well-known case of the Landwind X7 copying the design of the Range Rover Evoque being a prime example.

Ransomware attacks impacted Honda, Volkswagen (VW), Peugeot, and Kia across 2020 and 2021, with other OEMs suffering data breaches. Many of the largest OEMs are still woefully unprepared, as demonstrated by a 2021 CyberAware survey of the 14 OEMs responsible for $1.1 trillion in car industry revenue annually. CyberAware identified over 800,000 unprotected documents hosted on exposed servers, clouds, and databases, with 215,000 employees having exposed or compromised credentials. The exposed information included commercial details, email exchanges, contracts, invoices, and technical data.

Reasons to Buy

  • Understand the impact cybersecurity is having in the automotive space. Identify the emerging trends in the theme and how these developments might advance in the future. Learn about the different use cases and where they are emerging. View market and forecast data for the sector.
  • Source the leading vendors for cybersecurity in the automotive industry from our winners lists and shortlist potential partners based on their areas of expertise.
  • Quickly identify attractive investment targets by understanding which companies are most advanced in the themes that will determine future success in the automotive industry.
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Key Players

1Password
Accenture
Airbus (Stormshield)
Aisin
Akamai
Alert Logic
Alibaba
Alphabet (Google)
Alphabet (Siemplify)
Alphabet (Waymo)
Amazon
AMD
Analog Devices
AnyVision
Appgate
Apple
Aptiv
Aqua Security
Arcon
Argus Cyber Security
AT&T
Atos
Attivo Networks
Autocrypt
Aware
BAE Systems
Baidu
Barracuda
Barracuda Networks
BeyondTrust
BioEnable
BlackBerry
BMC Helix
BMW
Bosch
Broadcom
BT
C2A
Cadence Design Systems
Capgemini
Cato
Check Point Software
Checkmarx
China Telecom
China Unicom
CipherCloud
Cisco
Clear Secure
Clearview
Cloudcheckr
Cloudera
Cloudflare
CloudPassage
CMITech
Code42
Cognitec
Cognizant
Continental
Contrast Security
CrowdStrike
Cybellum
CyberArk
Cyberbit
Cybereason
Cymotive
Cynet
D3 Security
Darktrace
Dashlane
Delinea
Dell Technologies
Dellfer
Denso
Deutsche Telekom
Duo Security
DXC Technology
ekey
Equifax
Ermetic
Exabeam
Excelfore
Expanse
Extreme
EY
Eyelock
F5 Networks
Faurecia
Forcepoint
Ford
Forescout
ForgeRock
Fortinet
Foxpass
Fugue
Fujitsu
General Motors
GitLab
Green Hills
GuardKnox
HCL Technologies
Helpsystems
Herjavec Group
HID Global
Hitachi
Honda
Horiba Mira
Horizon Robotics
HPE
Huawei
Hyundai
IBM
IBM (Red Hat)
Idemia
IDnow
iFlytek
Illumio
Ilumio
Impulse
Infineon
Informatica
Infosys
Innovatrics
Intel
Invicti
iProov
Iris ID
IriusRisk
Ironscales
Ivanti
Ivanti (MobileIron)
Jaguar Land Rover
Johnson Controls
Juniper Networks
Kairos
Karamba
Keen Lab
Keysight
Kia
KnowBe4
KPMG
KT
Lacework
LastPass
Lexus
Lockheed Martin
LogMeIn
LogMeOnce
Logrhythm
Lookout
Lumen Technologies
Mahindra & Mahindra
Mahle
Majenta Solutions
ManageEngine
Marvell
Megvii
Mentor Graphics
Mercedes-Benz
Micro Focus
Micron Semiconductor
Microsoft
Mimecast
Mitsubishi
NCC
Ndias
Netskope
Nissan
Nokia
NordPass
Northrop Grumman
NTT Data
Nvidia
NXP
NXP Semiconductors
NXT-ID
Okta
Okta
Onapsis
One Identity
OneLogIn
OneSpan
OneTrust
Oracle
Orange
Orca Security
Palantir
Palo Alto Networks
Panasonic
Perimeter 81
Ping Identity
Portnox
Proofpoint
PwC
Qualys
Rapid7
Raytheon BBN
Raytheon Technologies
Red Hat
RedSeal
Renesas
Resolver
Rhebo
RSA
Ruckus
SAIC
SailPoint Technologies
Samsung Electronics
SecureAuth
SecureOne
SecureThings
Secureworks
Securonix
SenseTime
SentinelOne
Singtel (Trustwave)
Skybox Security
Skyhigh Security
Snyk
Softbank (Arm)
SonicWall
Sophos
Splunk
STMicroelectronics
Subaru
Sumo Logic
Suzuki
Swimlane
Synopsys
Tanium
Tata Consultancy Services
Tech Mahindra
Tech5
Telefónica
Telstra
Tenable
Tesla
Tessian
Thales
ThreatConnect
Threatmetrix
Threatmodeler
TitanHQ
Toyota
Trellix
Trellix
Trend Micro
TrueFace.AI
Untangle
Upstream Security
Valeo
Vector
Veoneer
Veracode
Verizon
Versa
VMware
VMware
Vodafone
Volkswagen
WatchGuard
WhiteHat Security
Wipro
WISeKey
Yubico
ZF
Zscaler

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Cybersecurity Value Chain

Automotive Challenges

The Impact of Cybersecurity on Automotive

Case Studies

Data Analysis

Companies

Sector Scorecards

Glossary

Further Reading

Our Thematic Research Methodology

About GlobalData

Contact Us

List of Tables

Automotive challenges

Mergers and acquisitions

Chief information security officers (CISOs)

Leading cybersecurity adopters in automotive

Leading cybersecurity vendors

Specialist cybersecurity vendors in automotive

Glossary

Further Reading

List of Figures

Key players in the cybersecurity value chain

Cybersecurity value chain: overview, chip-based security, identity management, network security, endpoint security, threat detection and response, cloud security, data security, email security, application security, unified threat management, vulnerability management, managed security services, post-breach response services, risk and compliance services

Results from Thematic Research: Thematic Sentiment Analysis Q1 2022

Introduction of UNECE Regulation 155 by national type approval authorities

Thematic impact assessment

Horiba Mira’s Assured CAV Parking area

Rhebo Industrial Protector monitoring an OT system

Karamba Security’s XGuard in action

Market size and growth forecasts, market size breakdown by key products and services

Cybersecurity-related patents in automotive: overview, breakdown by company and geography

Mentions of cybersecurity in automotive company filings: overview, breakdown by top companies, comparison to other themes

Cyebrsecurity-related jobs in automotive: overview, breakdown by company, breakdown by seniority

Social media posts about cybersecurity in automotive

Cybersecurity timeline

Future mobility sector scorecards: company screen, thematic screen, valuation screen, risk screen

Parts and tires sector scorecards: company screen, thematic screen, valuation screen, risk screen

Vehicle manufacturing sector scorecards: company screen, thematic screen, valuation screen, risk screen

Frequently Asked Questions

The global cybersecurity market size in 2020 was $125.5 billion.

 

 

 

 

 

The global cybersecurity market is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 9% during the period 2020 to 2025.

The key value chain in the cybersecurity in automotive industry are hardware, software and services.

The key cybersecurity adopters in the in automotive industry are BMW, Denso, Continental, Ford, General Motors (GM), Hyundai, Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), Mercedes-Benz, Tesla, and Toyota.

The leading cybersecurity vendors in the automotive industry are Accenture, Alphabet, Check Point Software, Cisco, Cloudflare, CrowdStrike, Darktrace, Dell Technologies, Fortinet, IBM, and Microsoft.

The key specialist cybersecurity vendors in the automotive industry are Argus Cyber Security, BlackBerry, Cybellum, GuardKnox, Horiba Mira, Majenta Solutions, Panasonic, Telefónica, WISeKey, and Upstream Security.

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