Digital technology is now widely used in many aspects of life and the workplace, including mobility. Brilliant computers with specialized software are gradually taking over activities that make driving safer, more comfortable, and easier on the highways and behind the wheel. The need for software is increasing, providing attractive development opportunities for all industry players. This increasing connectivity is causing widespread disruption across the automotive industry. It generates many vulnerable threat points and ample opportunities for cyber-attacks, not only in the car but also along the entire value chain. Over the past decade, automotive cybersecurity incidents have increased dramatically.
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