Upstream Security Releases 2021 Automotive Cybersecurity Report With a Focus on Standards and Regulations, COVID-19, and the Deep and Dark Web

Upstream Security Releases 2021 Automotive Cybersecurity Report With a Focus on Standards and Regulations, COVID-19, and the Deep and Dark Web

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HERZLIYA, Israel, Dec. 15, 2020

The annual report reveals automotive-related cyber threat trends and analysis in light of recently drafted and adopted cybersecurity standards and regulations as well as the COVID-19 pandemic; the report also includes a one-of-a-kind analysis of automotive cyber threats identified throughout the deep and dark web.

HERZLIYA, Israel, Dec. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Upstream Security, a leading provider of cloud-based automotive cybersecurity solutions, today released its 2021 Global Automotive Cybersecurity Report. The annual report shares in-depth insights and analysis derived by analyzing 633 publicly reported automotive cyber incidents spanning the last decade, highlighting vulnerabilities and threats identified during 2020.

For the first-time-ever, the annual report offers an in-depth mapping of all 2020 automotive cyber incidents to the threats listed in the UNECE WP.29 regulation as well as an analysis of the risk levels of specific incidents as required by the ISO/SAE 21434 regulation. The report also includes an inaugural segment focused on non-disclosed automotive-related cyber incidents discovered throughout the deep and dark web.

2020 has been a year of disruption in the automotive industry, both because of COVID-19 and the new automotive cybersecurity standards and regulations. The rising number of connected vehicles increases the entry points and vulnerabilities that hackers can leverage, and the ever-growing automotive cyber threat landscape continues to develop.

"With the continued rise of cyber attacks against the automotive industry and the regulatory requirements that were developed in response, now more than ever, automotive stakeholders must take heed of the cyber threat landscape," said Oded Yarkoni, Upstream Security's VP of Marketing. "Knowing and assessing automotive cyber threats both on the surface and on the deep and dark web is the first step in developing an effective cybersecurity management system and complying with the cybersecurity demands of both regulators and consumers."

Upstream's 2021 Global Automotive Cybersecurity Report introduces key findings of the Upstream AutoThreat Intelligence research team as well as cybersecurity recommendations for automotive stakeholders:

A full copy of the free report is available for download at the Upstream Security website:

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About Upstream Security:

Upstream Security offers a cloud-based automotive cybersecurity and data analytics platform purpose-built for connected vehicles and smart mobility services. Upstream's platform fuses machine learning, data normalization, and digital twin profiling technologies to detect anomalies in real-time using existing automotive data feeds. Coupled with AutoThreat Intelligence, the first automotive cybersecurity threat intelligence feed, Upstream provides unparalleled cybersecurity and data-driven insights, readily available and seamlessly integrated into the customer's environment.

Upstream is privately funded by Alliance Ventures (Renault, Nissan, Mitsubishi), Volvo Group, Hyundai, Nationwide Insurance, Salesforce Ventures, CRV, Glilot Capital Partners, and Maniv Mobility.

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