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Upstream's 2022 Global Automotive Cybersecurity Report

Upstream's 2022 Global Automotive Cybersecurity Report

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This year’s annual Global Automotive Cybersecurity Report focuses on the automotive cyber threat landscape in light of the UNECE WP.29 R155 & R156 and ISO/SAE 21434 taking effect. Upstream’s report includes an in-depth analysis of over 900 automotive cybersecurity incidents, compiled by our expert automotive-focused analysts, of the cyber threat landscape from over a decade of connectivity, with an emphasis on 2021. 

Read the attached report to learn:

  • Cyber threat trends over the years
  • Advanced sophistication of 2021’s 240+ attacks
  • How new regulations and standards are impacting automotive cybersecurity
  • 84.5% of automotive attacks were carried out remotely
  • A staggering 40.1% of incidents focused on back-end servers attacks
  • A dive into real-life deep and dark web automotive cyber attacks
  • Current automotive cybersecurity solutions available today to combat threats and comply with standards and regulations


Source: Upstream 

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