This Ponemon Institute 2015 survey of over 500 automotive developers, engineers, and executives provides new insights to help automotive software suppliers understand the current mindset of their developers and build security and safety into their software.
Security Innovation teams up with Frost & Sullivan, a leader in the connected car industry, to analyze key cybersecurity challenges, identify solutions, and capture best practices for building security properly into vehicles.
Written by five Microsoft experts and Security Innovation's CTO Jason Taylor, this paper describes the key components of security engineering including identifying secure objectives, creating threat models, performing code reviews, and more.
This guide outlines three must-follow guidelines that embedded software teams should follow to help protect critical M2M systems against failure and malicious attack, including addressing security early on, building security into development, and protecting systems from unauthorized changes.
Examine threat modeling and learn how it can be used in concert with secure development best practices, including automated source code analysis, peer code reviews, and penetration testing to both identify and mitigate embedded software threats.
Read the second annual survey conducted by the Ponemon Institute on automotive cybersecurity. This survey provides insights on the current mindset of automakers in building security and safety into their vehicles.