Automotive Industrial Internet of Things

Quick to implement, slow to secure

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Authors: Giuseppe Serio

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, IBM Global Solution Leader for Cybersecurity,
Lisa-Giane Fisher

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, Benchmarking Leader, Middle East and Africa, IBM Institute for Business Value,
Ben Stanley

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, Automotive Research Lead, IBM Institute for Business Value

Intelligent Industrial Internet of Things cybersecurity 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.

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