The Department for Transport (DfT) has published a set of principles to ensure that a tougher approach is taken to cyber security throughout the automotive industry.
As the industry continues to transition from a sector founded in mechanics to one driven electronics and software, the issue of cyber security has become an increasing concern.

Whilst connected and autonomous vehicles become more prevalent on UK roads, it is crucial that manufacturers consider the security requirements within a vehicle’s design and help to protect our national infrastructure.


Source: BVRLA News feed

The Department for Transport (DfT) has published a set of principles to ensure that a tougher approach is taken to cyber security throughout the automotive industry.
As the industry continues to transition from a sector founded in mechanics to one driven electronics and software, the issue of cyber security has become an increasing concern.

Whilst connected and autonomous vehicles become more prevalent on UK roads, it is crucial that manufacturers consider the security requirements within a vehicle’s design and help to protect our national infrastructure.


Government highlights cyber security for automotive industry
Government highlights cyber security for automotive industry
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