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Automotive Industrial IoT: Quick to Implement, Slow to Secure

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Security for connected and autonomous vehicles gets all the attention. But companies need to focus on fundamentals – the industrial systems used for the manufacture of automobiles and their increasingly high-tech components. Bringing “intelligent industrial things” online without effective cybersecurity puts an entire company at risk. Based on an IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV) survey, 87 percent of automotive companies are implementing Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technologies in plants and assembly lines without fully evaluating risk or preparing effective responses. Automotive companies need improved cybersecurity capabilities that are contextual, cognitive and adaptive, allowing them to continuously identify, mitigate and prevent risk.


Introducing IBM's latest IBV Automotive study on Industrial IoT and related Cybersecurity threats. A sneak peek of their key findings:

  • 87% of automotive companies surveyed are deploying IIoT technologies without full evaluation of the risks
  • 86% of automotive companies surveyed do not perform regular IIoT cybersecurity assessments
  • 87% of automotive companies surveyed do not have a formally established IIoT cybersecurity program

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Benjamin T. Stanley

Global Automotive Research Lead, IBM Institute for Business Value

He is responsible for the development of thought-leadership content and strategic business insights for the IBM automotive industry practice. Ben has 40 years of experience and has worked with major automotive clients around the world in the areas of business strategy and business model innovation. Prior roles have included the consulting lead for the Automotive Center of Excellence in China and the global strategy lead for the IBM Automotive practice.

Giuseppe Serio

Global Solution Leader for Cyber Security in the Automotive and Aerospace and Defense Industries, IBM

Giuseppe Serio is the IBM Global Solution Leader for Cyber Security in the Automotive and Aerospace and Defense industries. He brings more than 20 years of automotive experience as he engages with clients globally to discuss vehicle security programs and the security challenges, including connected vehicle security. He collaborates with other IBM functions such as Research, Security and the IoT business units to develop and adapt security solutions to specific industry needs. Prior to IBM, Giuseppe was a Senior Consultant with PriceWaterhouseCoopers Consulting where he served in multiple international business transformation projects. He can be reached at giuseppe.serio@de.ibm.com.

Moderator: Hannah Lutz

F&I Editor
Automotive News



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