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Kaspersky steps in to protect automotive industry from cyber threats
The company’s TI report, previously available for a selected range of customers, is able to provide car manufacturers with in-depth analysis of industry-specific security threats.
IDC: No recovery in sight for semiconductor market
IDC forecasts that worldwide non-memory semiconductor revenue will decline by 7.2% in 2020.
Alibaba Cloud gains new security accreditations
Alibaba Cloud obtained the Level 3 assessment in TISAX for automotive and Good “x” Practice (GxP) readiness assessment for the healthcare industry.
Gartner: IoT market growth shows no sign of slowing
Utilities will be the highest user of IoT endpoints, totalling 1.17 billion endpoints in 2019, and increasing 17% in 2020 to reach 1.37 billion.
OpenText and Mastercard partner dominate financial processes market
“We are excited OpenText is partnering with Mastercard to integrate our digital platforms together to allow companies to quickly identify and vet business relationships and make the end-to-end payments process even simpler.”
Synopsys to deliver virtualiser development kit for automotive microcontroller
"Next-generation automotive electronic systems will require more powerful microcontrollers."
Report finds automotive industry seriously wanting in cybersecurity
Findings from a new report have laid the automotive industry’s cybersecurity practices bare after highlighting critical cybersecurity deficiencies.
New cybersecurity partnership to strengthen Japan's automotive market
Upstream Security and Asgent have plans to bring state-of-the-art cybersecurity to Japan’s automotive manufacturers and vehicle fleets.
Automotive cybersecurity experts Trillium win award at CyberTech Asia
Trillium has been recognized at this year’s CyberTech Asia 2018 event in Singapore thanks to its cybersecurity suite for connected vehicles.
Trend Micro & Panasonic launch mission to advance connected car security
The two companies aim to thwart cyber risks that jeopardise connected car safety - particularly security in ECUs and infotainment systems.
How cloud innovation is disrupting the automotive industry
Oracle talks about how the data and cloud revolution is disrupting the automotive industry.