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Insights from our
State of Automotive Security 2022 Research

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  • Avital Shlafstein

    Avital Shlafstein Security Analyst

  • Shlomi Ashkenazy

    Shlomi Ashkenazy Head of Brand

It hasn’t been an easy year for cybersecurity pros in the automotive industry.

Hackers are increasingly targeting connected automotive products, supply chain security risks continue to rise, and new regulatory requirements are all adding to product security pros already heavy workloads, and threatening to slow down production.

In order to help organizations face these challenges head-on, our security analysts dug deep into Cybellum’s Product Security Platform database, to find the most common vulnerabilities and vulnerable components in automotive devices today.

In this webinar, we look at the results, and share our insights on the current state of automotive cybersecurity, the challenges to becoming WP.29 compliant, and provide  best practices for achieving automotive cybersecurity.

You will learn about:

  • Old software in new cars
    New cars – old software

    The amount of (very) outdated software used in modern cars

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    OSS vulnerabilities

    Well-known OSS vulnerabilities that are still prevalent in automotive products

  • Top CWEs
    Top CWEs

    What CWEs are still abundant in vehicle components' software

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