The automotive industry has benefited from the digital revolution, offering consumers a host of new features and benefits enabled by electronics. However, as the electrification and connectivity of cars increases, so does the risk of cyberattacks. With recent headlines focusing on automotive hacking, and a new industry standard for cybersecurity debuting in 2020, it’s time for automotive electronics engineers to get serious about cybersecurity. Fortunately, there is a new, advanced solution to help them identify and address vulnerabilities and threats in their systems and components. In this environment, early adopters of innovative cybersecurity strategy can gain a meaningful competitive edge.
Ansys medini analyze for Cybersecurity is an easy-to-use modeling and analysis tool that ensures the electronics architecture — with its many connections and interfaces — is impervious to external attacks. By replacing outdated tools and manual processes with the speed and automation of Ansys medini analyze, automotive electronics engineers can deliver safe and secure products, reduce time to market, maximize profit margins and comply with upcoming regulations surrounding cybersecurity.
In this webinar, learn a six-step process aimed at identifying and addressing cyber vulnerabilities across the entire electronics architecture.