Data Security Solutions for Automotive & Connected Cars
Win the connected and autonomous car race while protecting data privacy
The protection of connected cars and data privacy have become top priorities for automotive manufacturers and mobility operators. Sensitive data captured from connected vehicles can include personal identifiable information (PII), location, behavior and financial data from customers as well as intellectual property related to the vehicle and services provided.
This sensitive data flows through innumerous environments and platforms, both on-premises and in the cloud, and may be accessed by employees and contractors anywhere in the globe. This honeypot of information puts manufacturers at major risk from cyber attacks.
The always-on connectivity, digital experience, and data gathering that make the new connected car experience possible are essential to their new business model. Nevertheless, they create major privacy and data protection vulnerabilities. Learn how to address these security challenges while accelerating digital transformation.Get the eBook
Accelerate time to compliance by centralizing data discovery, classification, data protection, and unprecedented granular access controls with centralized key management – all on a single platform. Apply policy-based data and access security based on specific regulation requirements such as PCI, GDPR, CCPA, APPI, and more.
Faced with an increasingly complex and risky cyber security environment, this global automobile manufacturer was able to improve security, reduce the risk of data breaches across the enterprise, and enhance its overall compliance profile with Thales.
Long used to robotics and automation, digital transformation is not new to automotive manufacturing. But the next step in digital transformation, focused on IoT, 5G connectivity, and data analytics, present a clear cybersecurity challenge to manufacturers. Thales enables manufacturers with secure manufacturing processes and encryptions keys to IoT connected devices, and to protect sensitive or confidential data in big data, cloud and other environments.
A large automotive technology supplier, which provides solutions for multiple automotive manufacturers in the Asia Pacific region, was going through a process of extensive digitalization, which included widespread adoption of internet of things (IoT) connected devices. Thales helped them secure the supply chain across multiple manufacturers.
Simplify user access to cloud services, streamline cloud identity management, and eliminate password hassles for IT and users, while providing a single pane view of access events across your app estate to ensure that the right user has access to the right application at the right level of trust.
Organizations need to employ robust, hardened security mechanisms for protecting IoT and connected or autonomous cars. To establish the control and visibility required, your organization needs to institute secure identities, strong authentication, strong encryption, and robust key management.
In this paper, we will review the concepts of digital IDs, authentication and permissions in the automotive market through three concrete examples: the digitalization of the car key ; electric vehicle (EV) charging subscription; and the peer-to-peer communication between cars and related infrastructure (aka V2X communication).