With the number of connected vehicles expected to grow worldwide from today’s 250 million to over one billion in 2040, cybersecurity concerns and other data-driven challenges are taking centre stage.
Vehicle manufacturers and regulatory bodies have identified the vehicle Secure Operating Centre (vSOC), a dedicated control room to detect, monitor, and mitigate cyber and other threats, as the most efficient approach to ensuring safety and security for millions of connected vehicles worldwide.
In this free webinar, experts from Upstream, Deloitte, and Accenture share their views about both vSOC adoption drivers and tangible benefits for OEMs.
Key topics and takeaways:
- Unique challenges and main differences: the key components that characterise traditional IT SOCs versus the vSOC
- Benefits: justification for a dedicated separate vSOC versus an integrated IT/OT SOC infrastructure covering internal and connected products
- Service segmentation: are there any design and operational differences between commercial vehicle and passenger car OEMs, among others?
- A glimpse into the future: what will the vSOC look like in five or ten years, and will its primary focus remain cybersecurity, or will it evolve beyond?