Cybersecurity isn’t a new issue for chipmaker Intel Corp., which has been addressing the challenge for years in the chips it designs and makes for everything from PCs to cars.
Now the company is helping to shape a unified approach to solutions for the auto industry through a new Automotive Security Review Board, says Lorie Wigle, general manager of Intel’s Internet of Things Security group.
Wigle notes that Intel also has issued a white paper describing the company’s initial thoughts about automotive cybersecurity. Intel recommends a security design lifecycle analysis at the beginning of the system design process.
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