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Visiongain has released a brand new automotive report: Automotive Cyber Security Market Report 2018-2028

/EIN News/ -- LONDON, Oct. 10, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Visiongain has released a brand new automotive report: Automotive Cyber Security Market Report 2018-2028

The report covers the following areas: Forecasts by (Hardware, Software, Network, Cloud) Plus  Analysis of Prospects For Connected Car & Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X, V2V, V2I, V2G, V2H, V2P, IN-V) Communication Safety & Security Within The Internet of Things (IoT) Ecosystem

The automotive industry is going through a phase of digital revolution. In the next few years, automobiles will transform into communication devices. Connected cars act as a connectivity device on wheels offering comfort, convenience, performance, safety and security combined with powerful network technology. This will keep the drivers and passengers connected to the outer world and offer them the comfort of an office and home experience even when they are travelling. 

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However, the advanced connectivity solutions provided in a vehicle can also reveal certain vulnerabilities and lead to certain fraudulent activities and thus demands effective cyber security solutions to ensure safety and security.

To read a free report overview please email sara.peerun@visiongain.com or call her on +44 (0) 207 549 9987

The Visiongain report analyst commented, “The issue of cyber security came to prominence when researchers proved that vehicles can be hacked. The instance which received the most media coverage was Fiat Chrysler Automobiles recalling 1.254 million vehicles in July 2017 to address the software error which occurred in the vehicles, after researchers demonstrated a Proof-Of-Concept (POC) attack where they took control of vehicles remotely.

Therefore, it is not surprising that the automotive cyber security sector receives a lot of attention and investment from different players in the automotive supply chain. However, there are still too many cars that do not have adequate security protection.

Cyber threats are evolving rapidly and becoming more sophisticated.  Despite ever-improving cyber security technologies, cyber-attacks continue to increase strongly. Today there are hundreds of cyber security companies in the world, with new firms entering the market at a high frequency, and investors continue to invest billions every year into the industry. However, there are not many cyber security companies that specialise in automotive cyber security, and only for the past few years have these companies been receiving funding and investments.”

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Leading companies featured in the report who are developing automotive cyber security include Cisco Systems, Intel Corporation, Symantec Corporation, International Business Machines (IBM), Harman International,  NXP Semiconductors, Infineon Technologies AG, Argus Cyber Security, Trillium Inc. and Karamba Security

The full list of companies mentioned in this report include:

1 Mainstream Inc

4FrontSecurity

Acano Limited

ADMtek

Agile 3 Solutions

Airbus

Alchemy API

Alienvault

Allianz

Allianz Ventures

Altera

Altiris

AMX LCC

AppStream

Argus Cyber Security Ltd

Arilou

Aspera inc.

Assemblage

AT&T

Audi

Baidu

Bang & Olufsen

Bindview Development Corporation

Blackfin Security

Blue Box Group Inc.

Blue Coat

BMW

BT Assure Threat Defence

BT Group

BT Security

Bull

Cadillac

Catena

Chrysler

Cisco Systems Inc.

Citroen

ClearLeap

Clearwell Systems

Cleversafe

Cloudant

Cloudigo

Code Red Technologies

Cognitive Security

Collaborate.com

Comneon

Company-I

Composite Software

CrossIdeas

CSL International

Daeja Image Systems Ltd

Daimler AG

Delphi

Denso

Dodge

Elektrobit Automotive GmbH

Embrane

Escrypt

Explorys

Eyal Gura

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

Fiberlink Communications

Ford

Freescale Semiconductors (FSL)

Gemalto

General Motors (GM)

Gideon Technologies

Giesecke & Devrient (G&D)

Google Inc.

Gravitant

Harman international

Havok

Healthcare Incorporated

Honda

Honeywell

Hyundai Motor Co

IAB

IBM

Imlogic Inc

Infineon Technologies

Infinity

Insieme Networks

Intel

Intel Security Group

International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation

International Rectifier

Intucell

Jeep

Jennic

JouleX

Karamba Security

Kaspersky Lab

Kia

KT

Lancope, Inc

Lear Corp

Lenovo

Lexus

LifeLock

Lighthouse Security Group, LLC

LiveOffice

Lockheed Martin

Logic

Lotus Engineering

Magma Venture Partners

Magna International

Mahindra

MaintenanceNet

Marvell

Mazda

McAfee

Memoir Systems

Mercedes-Benz

MessageLabs

Metacloud

Meteorix LLC

Mi5 Networks

Microsoft

Mitsubishi

Mobileye

Motus Ventures

MWM Acoustics

NCC Group

Neophis

Nissan

NitroDesk

NitroSecurity

Nokia Growth Partners (NGP)

Northrop Grumman

Now Factory

nSuite

Nukona

nVidia

NXP Semiconductors

Observable Network

Opel

OpenDNS

Oracle

Orange

OurCrowd

ParStream

PasswordBank

Pawaa

PC

Penta Security

PGP Corporation

Phytel

PistonCloud Computing

Porsche

Portcullis Computer

PSA Peugeot Citroën

Qualcomm Technologies Inc.

RAD Group

Range Rover

Raytheon

Recon Instruments

Redbend

Relicore Inc.

Renault

Renesas Electronics Corporation

Safran

Sahil International

Samsung Electronics Co.

SBD & NCC

SBI Holdings

Secunet AG

Secure Computing

Security Group

Security InMotion

Security Innovation

Sentrigo

Silveerpop

Simics

Skoda

Skyport Systems, Inc.

SoftLayer

SoftScan

SolveDirect

Sony Pictures

Sophos

SourceFire Inc

Ssangyong

Star Analytics Inc

STMicroelectronics (STM)

StrongLoop

Subaru

Suzuki

SwapDrive

Sygate Technology

Sygic

Symantec Corporation

Symphony Teleca

Tail-f Systems

TalkTalk

Tata

TCS tata consultancy services

Telefonica

Telenor

Tesla

Thales

The Weather Company

ThreatGrid

TomTom

Tools

Toshiba

TowerSec

Toyota

Transparent

Trend Micro

Trillium Inc.

Tropo

Trusteer

Ubiquisys

UrbanCode Inc.

Utimaco

Vedecom Tech

VeriSign

Veritas

Verizon

Vertex Ventures

Virtutech

Visteon

Vivant

Volkswagen Group

Vontu

VW Data:Lab

WHIPTAIL

WholeSecurity

Wind River Systems

Wolfspeed

Xtify Inc

XtreamLok

ZiiLabs

Zohar ZIsapel

Notes for Editors
If you are interested in a more detailed overview of this report, please send an e-mail to sara.peerun@visiongain.com or call her on +44 (0) 207 336 6100

About Visiongain
Visiongain is one of the fastest-growing and most innovative independent media companies in Europe. Based in London, UK, Visiongain produces a host of business-to-business reports focusing on the automotive, aviation, chemicals, cyber, defence, energy, food & drink, materials, packaging, pharmaceutical and utilities sectors.

Visiongain publishes reports produced by analysts who are qualified experts in their field. Visiongain has firmly established itself as the first port of call for the business professional who needs independent, high-quality, original material to rely and depend on.

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