Automotive


The global Automotive industry is at the vanguard of a digital revolution
Digital technologies are altering how people and businesses interact, creating unprecedented industry dislocation and changing business economics.

Securing privacy for the future of connected cars

Manufacturers should design privacy into cars that collect data. Sixty two percent of surveyed consumers said they would consider one brand over another if it had better security and privacy. **No organization can single-handedly guarantee complete consumer privacy** Connected cars comprise components and systems from part makers, software developers, and integrators. They all can collect car data. Privacy takes an ecosystem. **Privacy can be a key differentiator** Don’t simply provide privacy. Promote privacy leadership while selling, on social media, even within the company.

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Automotive companies need improved cybersecurity capabilities to support and protect their Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technologies.
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As 2025 approaches, consumers are more involved, vehicles are more intelligent and other industries are joining the ecosystem.
Automation, digital commerce and the Internet of Things are redefining vehicle operation, usage and ownership models.
Automotive companies are increasingly turning to cognitive computing to transform the industry.
Automotive firms need to rethink their organizations from the ground up through a process we call Digital Reinvention.
Automakers must be sure that they can prevent, detect and respond to the new threats confronting connected vehicles.
Consumers are ready for industry innovation that deepens their connections with cars and the IoT.

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