“Think like a hacker,” Visteon cybersecurity head tells automotive summit
Effectively defending against cybersecurity breaches in the era of the connected car requires automotive companies to “think like a hacker” during all phases of product development, according to Srini Adiraju, Visteon’s cybersecurity director.
Speaking at the 5th Automotive Cybersecurity Summit in Detroit on March 29, Adiraju listed these basic elements of an effective cybersecurity approach.
(Click here to access Adiraju’s presentation.)
As a leading automotive cockpit electronics supplier, one of the many ways that Visteon is addressing this security challenge is through its SmartCore™ domain controller with multi-layered end-to-end security. SmartCore™ integrates multiple electronic control units on a single System on Chip (SOC), reducing the attack surfaces and providing clear isolation of operating systems and security of the hardware and software interfaces. Visteon’s new Phoenix™ infotainment platform also features built-in security – based on the emerging SAE J3061 cybersecurity framework.