Identifying and preventing cyberattacks so as to safeguard connected cars is dependent on sophisticated threat intelligence, but the investment to host threat intelligence is substantial.
The increasing demand of internal and external networks has brought up the complexity of network attacks from both inside and outside.
One modern car alone has a great number of electronic control units (ECUs) and sensors, affecting supply chains and increasing the amount of investment.
The complexity of car software is growing exponentially, with typical high-end modern car features requiring a significant number of lines of code.
The demand for connecting to the cloud increases. Various applications connected to the cloud for data exchange, both sending and receiving information, create new attack vectors for hackers.