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[Selected Topics] Analysis of Trends in Development of Cybersecurity Technologies for Electric Vehicles and Charging Infrastructure

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2023-09-11

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Overview

Summary
Due to the close relation between vehicle safety and both traffic and personal safety, various features such as internet connectivity, communication requirements, and software-defined vehicles all contribute to an increase in potential attack vectors. Moreover, as the number of electric vehicles (EVs) rises and the charging infrastructure expands, the scope of cyberattack targets also widens accordingly. Consequently, there is a pressing need to enhance cybersecurity measures and effectively manage vulnerabilities to safeguard vehicles from multiple security threats.

 

Table of Contents
1. Cybersecurity Risks Are Rising for EVs and Charging Infrastructure

  (1) Internet Connectivity Raises Cybersecurity Risks for EVs
  (2) Charging Infrastructure as Potential Gateway for Cyberattacks against Power Grid

2. Key Developments and Challenges in Cybersecurity Technologies for EVs and Charging Infrastructure
  (1) Regulations and Standards
  (2) Cybersecurity Components and Solutions for Vehicles
  (3) Shift from Passive Defense to Active Vulnerability Discovery in Cybersecurity Management

3. TRI’s View
  (1) Proliferation of EVs and Charging Infrastructure Will Increase Entry Points for Cyberattacks
  (2) Cybersecurity Management for EVs Require Both Active Vulnerability Detection and Passive Defense
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