Connected car data security becomes key as automakers enable advanced communications and safety features.
With this increased connectivity comes greater automotive cybersecurity risks, too. In fact, the number of automotive cyberattacks has risen sharply. The average car today contains up to 150 electronic control units and about 100 million lines of software code. That number is projected to reach 300 million lines of code by 2030.
In response, regulators have begun to take action to address the growing vulnerabilities in connected car data security.