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The evolution of the Internet of Things (IoT) has made life a lot more convenient and productive for both consumers and businesses alike over past few years, but on the other side, cybersecurity is an emerging challenge. For automobile original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), Tier 1 suppliers, car dealers, service providers, car owners and drivers, cyberattacks are now a reality that they have to grapple with.
In the era of the IoT, more and more key device functions rely on software rather than hardware. This is also true with vehicles. Unfortunately, as vehicles become increasingly automated and connected with the outside world, they tend to face growing security threats.
Richard Ku, Trend Micro’s Senior Vice President for Commercial IoT Business, stated why it is important for device manufacturer to integrate security into the device itself, to ensure consumers and businesses are protected from these challenges, the minute they install your IoT device, and how Trend Micro IoT Security (TMIS) is built to address the growing IoT security concerns. Check out more detail on Trend Micro Cybersecurity Reference Architecture for Operational Technology.