2015 Ponemon survey of automakers and suppliers
Recent statistics about automobile safety are disconcerting, both for the automotive supply chain and for the consumer. Media attention has highlighted numerous security and safety issues for the connected car. But, as sensational as some of these headlines are, the problem is real.
The Ponemon Institute recently conducted a cybersecurity survey sponsored by Rogue Wave Software and Security Innovation of over 500 automotive developers, engineers, and executives, primarily from automotive OEMs and tier one suppliers. The results were eye opening:
- 90 percent think that it is difficult to secure automotive applications
- 57 percent doubt that automotive software development teams have the skills necessary to combat software security threats
- 51 percent consider security an add-on feature, rather than integrating it into the software development lifecycle
We’ve analyzed the survey results in this complimentary report, and provided new insights to help automotive software suppliers understand the current mindset of their developers and build security and safety into their software.
Listen to this on-demand webinar with Walter Capitani, Product Manager from Rogue Wave Software, Pete Samson, Senior VP from Security Innovation, and Larry Ponemon, Ponemon Institute. They discuss the current state of automotive cybersecurity, the survey results, and what those results mean in the real world of automotive.
Referencing the survey conducted by Ponemon Institute, this infographic guides you through the potential challenges, and solutions on the path to application security, while providing insight into the current state of the automotive industry.