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Who's Got The Hot Potato?

By: Technical Marketing Manager, Sergio Marchese

As new security vulnerabilities are discovered in automotive electronics, who is responsible for protecting my car? ISO/SAE 21434 may have an answer.

Go in-house

As electronics become key to differentiation and semiconductors reportedly enable 80% of vehicle innovation, OEMs have plenty of reasons, beyond cybersecurity, to take the in-house path. Tesla has invested significantly in software development for a while. True to the statement that “people who are really serious about software should make their own hardware,” in 2019, Elon Musk himself presented Tesla’s first full-self driving chip developed in house.


Learn more

I invite you to take a look at the trust and security glossary, download the white paper Trust Assurance and Security Verification of Semiconductor IPs and ICs, and join the LinkedIn group ISO/SAE 21434 Automotive Cybersecurity. And of course, don’t miss the next 6 Minutes of Security blog post!


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