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Automotive Cyber Security Market Report 2016-2021

Forecasts by (Hardware, Software, Network, Cloud) Prospects for Connected Car & Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X, V2V, V2I, V2G, V2H, V2P, IN-V) Communication Safety & Security Within The Internet of Things (IoT) Ecosystem

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The latest report from business intelligence provider Visiongain assesses that the revenues from the automotive cyber security market will exceed $55 million in 2016. Automotive cyber security is undeniably one of the fastest growing submarkets in the car safety and security sector. The report covers important topics including:
• How is the automotive cyber security market evolving and what is driving and restraining market dynamics?
• How will each of the automotive cyber security submarket segments grow and which technologies will prevail?
• How will the national markets change by 2021 and which country will lead the automotive cyber security market?
• Who are the leading players and what are their prospects over the forecast period?
• What are the trends in the automotive cyber security market?

We break down the most important sub segment of the automotive industry but also the key security types’, security providers’, and countries’ market shares, revenue forecasts and characteristics that will make them lead this specific submarket.

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Report Scope
• Expert opinions from key-opinion leaders in the market
– Argus Cyber Security
– Trillium Inc.
• 207 tables, charts and graphs analysing the Automotive Cyber Security market
• Overview of the global Automotive Cyber Security market status in 2016
• Analysis of the solutions and applications for car cyber security
• Overview of the role of standards and regulations
• Global Automotive Cyber Security revenue forecast between 2016 and 2021
• Automotive Cyber Security submarket revenues between 2016 and 2021
– Hardware cyber security
– Software cyber security
– Network cyber security
– Cloud cyber security
• Leading national market revenue forecast between 2016 and 2021
– China Automotive Cyber Security Market 2016-2021
– France Automotive Cyber Security Market 2016-2021
– Germany Cyber Security Market 2016-2021
– Israel Automotive Cyber Security Market 2016-2021
– Japan Automotive Cyber Security Market 2016-2021
– Russia Automotive Cyber Security Market 2016-2021
– South Korea Automotive Cyber Security Market 2016-2021
– UK Automotive Cyber Security Market 2016-2021
– US Automotive Cyber Security Market 2016-2021

Automotive Cyber Security Market Report 2016-2021

• Profiles of 10 leading companies in the market as well as their automotive cyber security product portfolio.
– Argus Cyber Security
– Cisco Systems
– Harman International
– Infineon Technologies AG
– Intel Corporation
– International Business Machines (IBM)
– Karamba Security
– NXP Semiconductors
– Symantec Corporation
– Trillium Inc.
• SWOT analysis of the Automotive Cyber Security market
• Conclusions

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Who should read this report?
• Anyone within the Automotive value chain.
• Auto-Manufacturers (OEMs),
• Aftermarket Companies for Connected Vehicles,
• Automotive Safety Systems Companies
• Connectivity Solution Companies
• Data Transfer & IT Companies
• Car Cyber Security Start-ups
• Telematic Solution Companies
• Infotainment Companies
• Diagnostics Companies
• Connectivity Companies
• V2X Safety and Security Companies
• Road Safety Authorities
• Telecommunication Companies
• Cyber security vendors
• Connected car companies
• Internet of things (IoT) participants
• CEO’s
• COO’s
• CIO’s
• Business development managers
• Marketing managers
• Technologists
• Suppliers
• Investors
• Banks
• Government agencies
• Contractors

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1. Report Overview
1.1. Global Automotive Cyber Security Market Overview
1.2. Global Automotive Cyber Security Market Segmentation
1.3. Why You Should Read This Report
1.4. How This Report Delivers
1.5. Key Questions Answered by This Analytical Report Include:
1.6. Who is This Report For?
1.7. Methodology
1.7.1. Primary Research
1.7.2. Secondary Research
1.7.3. Market Evaluation & Forecasting Methodology
1.8. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
1.9. Associated Visiongain Reports
1.10. About Visiongain

2. Introduction to Automotive Cyber Security Market
2.1. Understanding the Vehicle-based Cyber Attack
2.1.1. Types of Vehicle Connectivity
2.1.2. Attack Surface
2.1.3. Who and Why Hacks Cars?
2.1.4. Most Important Mechanisms of Car Cyber Attacks
2.1.5. Stage of Cyber Attacks
2.2. List of Cars with Vulnerabilities
2.3. Media Coverage of Car Hacking
2.4. Government Regulations in Automotive Cyber Security by Region
2.4.1. US Regulations Overview
2.4.2. European Regulations Overview
2.4.3. Chinese Regulations Overview
2.4.4. Russian Regulations Overview
2.4.5. Brazil Regulations Overview
2.5. Automotive Cyber Security Submarkets Definition
2.5.1. Hardware Security
2.5.2. Software Security
2.5.3. Network Security
2.5.4. Cloud Security

3. Global Automotive Cyber Security Market 2016-2021
3.1. Global Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021
3.2. Regional Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021
3.3. Regional Automotive Cyber Security Market Share Breakdowns 2016-2021
3.4. Global Automotive Cyber Security Drivers & Restraints 2016

4. Global Automotive Cyber Security Submarket Forecast 2016-2021
4.1. Global Hardware Cyber Security Submarket Forecast 2016-2021
4.2. Global Software Cyber Security Submarket Forecast 2016-2021
4.3. Global Network Cyber Security Submarket Forecast 2016-2021
4.4. Global Cloud Cyber Security Submarket Forecast 2016-2021

5. Leading 9 National Automotive Cyber Security Markets Forecast 2016-2021
5.1. Leading 9 National Automotive Cyber Security Markets Share Forecast 2016-2021
5.2. China Automotive Cyber Security Market 2016-2021
5.2.1. China Country Profile
5.2.2. China Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021
5.2.3. Cyber Security in China
5.2.4. Automotive Cyber Security in China
5.2.5. China Automotive Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints
5.3. France Automotive Cyber Security Market 2016-2021
5.3.1. France Country Profile
5.3.2. France Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021
5.3.3. Cyber Security in France
5.3.4. French Views on Automotive Cyber Security
5.3.5. France Automotive Cyber Security Market Drivers and Restraints
5.4. Israel Automotive Cyber Security Market 2016-2021
5.4.1. Israel Country Profile
5.4.2. Israel Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021
5.4.3. Israel’s Cyber Security
5.4.4. Automotive Cyber Security in Israel
5.4.5. Israel Automotive Cyber Security Market Drivers and Restrains
5.5. Japan Automotive Cyber Security Market 2016-2021
5.5.1. Japan Country Profile
5.5.2. Japan Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021
5.5.3. Cyber Security in Japan
5.5.4. Automotive Cyber Security in Japan
5.5.5. Japan Automotive Cyber Security Market Drivers and Restraints
5.6. Russia Automotive Cyber Security Market 2016-2021
5.6.1. Russia Country Profile
5.6.2. Russia Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021
5.6.3. Cyber Security in Russia
5.6.4. Automotive Cyber Security in Russia
5.6.5. Russia Automotive Cyber Security Market Drivers and Restraints
5.7. Germany Cyber Security Market 2016-2021
5.7.1. Germany Country Profile
5.7.2. Germany Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021
5.7.3. Cyber Security in Germany
5.7.4. Automotive Cyber Security in Germany
5.7.5. Germany Automotive Cyber Security Market Drivers and Restraints
5.8. South Korea Automotive Cyber Security Market 2016-2021
5.8.1. South Korea Country Profile
5.8.2. S. Korea Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021
5.8.3. Cyber Security in South Korea
5.8.4. South Korean Automotive Cyber Security
5.8.5. South Korea Automotive Cyber Security Market Drivers and Restraints
5.9. US Automotive Cyber Security Market 2016-2021
5.9.1. US Country Profile
5.9.2. US Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021
5.9.3. Cyber Security in the US
5.9.4. US Automotive Cyber Security
5.9.5. US Automotive Cyber Security Market Drivers and Restraints
5.10. UK Automotive Cyber Security Market 2016-2021
5.10.1. UK Country Profile
5.10.2. UK Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021
5.10.3. Cyber Security in the UK
5.10.4. UK’s Automotive Cyber Security
5.10.5. UK Automotive Cyber Security market Drivers and Restraints

6. Global Automotive Cyber Security Market SWOT Analysis

7. Experts’ Opinion
7.1. Argus Cyber Security
7.1.1. Argus Cyber Security’s Presence in the Automotive Cyber Security Market
7.1.2. Argus on Automotive Cyber Security Market Dynamics
7.1.3. Argus’ View on Effects of Market Regulations
7.1.4. Argus on What Is Important to Customers
7.1.5. Argus on Market Drivers in Automotive Cyber Security
7.1.6. Argus on Challenges and Opportunities in Automotive Cyber Security
7.2. Trillium Inc.
7.2.1. Trillium Presence in Automotive Cyber Security
7.2.2. Trillium on Automotive Cyber Security Market Dynamics
7.2.3. Trillium’s View on Effects of Market Regulations
7.2.4. Trillium on What Is Important to Customers
7.2.5. Important Factors In Automotive Cyber Security
7.2.6. Trillium on Market Drivers in Automotive Cyber Security

8. Leading Automotive Cyber Security Companies
8.1. Cisco Systems
8.1.1. Cisco’s Role in Cyber Security
8.1.2. Cisco Total Company Sales 2008-2015
8.1.3. Cisco Net Profit 2010-2015
8.1.4. Cisco Cost of Research & Development 2010-2015
8.1.5. Cisco Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2015
8.1.6. Cisco Sales by Region
8.1.7. Cisco Organisational Structure and Number of Employees
8.1.8. Cisco M&As 2013-2015
8.1.9. Cisco’s Role in Automotive Cyber Security
8.2. Intel Corporation
8.2.1. Intel Corporation’s Role in the Cyber Security Market
8.2.2. Intel Corporation Sales 2008-2015
8.2.3. Intel Corporation Net Profit 2010-2015
8.2.4. Intel Corporation Cost of Research & Development 2010-2015
8.2.5. Intel Corporation Sales by Segment of Business 2013-2015
8.2.6. Intel Corporation Sales by Geographical Location
8.2.7. Intel Corporation No. of Employees
8.2.8. Intel Corporation Acquisitions Activity
8.2.9. Intel Corporation’s Role in the Automotive Cyber Security Market
8.3. Symantec Corporation
8.3.1. Symantec’s Role in Cyber Security
8.3.2. Symantec Total Company Sales
8.3.3. Symantec Net Profit 2010-2015
8.3.4. Symantec Cost of R&D 2010-2015
8.3.5. Symantec Sales by Business Segment 2014-2015
8.3.6. Symantec Sales by Region 2008-2015
8.3.7. Symantec Organisational Structure and Number of Employees
8.3.8. Symantec Mergers & Acquisitions Activity
8.3.9. Symantec’s Role in the Automotive Cyber Security Market
8.4. International Business Machines (IBM)
8.4.1. IBM’s Role in Cyber Security
8.4.2. IBM Total Company Sales 2008-2015
8.4.3. IBM Net Profit 2010-2015
8.4.4. IBM Cost of R&D 2010-2015
8.4.5. IBM Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2015
8.4.6. IBM Sales by Geographic Location 2010-2015
8.4.7. IBM Organisational Structure and Number of Employees
8.4.8. IBM Acquisitions Activity
8.4.9. IBM’s Role in Automotive Cyber Security
8.5. Harman International
8.5.1. Harman’s Role in the Automotive Industry
8.5.2. Harman Total Company Sales 2011-2015
8.5.3. Harman Net Income 2011-2015
8.5.4. Harman Cost of R&D 2012-2015
8.5.5. Harman Sales by Business Segment 2012-2015
8.5.6. Harman Sales by Geographic Location 2012-2015
8.5.7. Harman Organisational Structure and Number of Employees
8.5.8. Harman Acquisitions Activity
8.5.9. Harman’s Role in Automotive Cyber Security
8.6. NXP Semiconductors
8.6.1. NXP’s Role in the Automotive Industry
8.6.2. NXP Total Company Sales 2010-2015
8.6.3. NXP Net Income / Loss 2010-2015
8.6.4. NXP Cost of R&D 2010-2015
8.6.5. NXP Sales by Business Segment
8.6.6. NXP Sales by Geographic Location 2010-2015
8.6.7. NXP Number of Employees 2010-2015
8.6.8. NXP Acquisitions Activity
8.6.9. NXP’s Role in Automotive Cyber Security
8.7. Infineon Technologies AG
8.7.1. Infineon’s Role in the Automotive Industry
8.7.2. Infineon Total Company Sales 2011-2015
8.7.3. Infineon Net Income 2011-2015
8.7.4. Infineon Cost of R&D 2011-2015
8.7.5. Infineon Sales by Business Segment 2011-2015
8.7.6. Infineon Sales by Geographic Location 2011-2015
8.7.7. Infineon Number of Employees 2011-2015
8.7.8. Infineon Acquisitions Activity
8.7.9. Infineon’s Role in Automotive Cyber Security
8.8. Argus Cyber Security
8.8.1. Argus Cyber Security’s Role in Automotive Cyber Security
8.9. Trillium Inc.
8.9.1. Trillium’s Role in Automotive Cyber Security
8.9.2. Trilliums’ Expansion Plans
8.10. Karamba Security
8.10.1. Karamba’s Role in the Automotive Cyber Security Market
8.11. Other Leading Companies in the Automotive Cyber Security Market

9. Conclusions and Predictions

10. Glossary

List of Tables
Table 2.1 Mechanisms of Car Cyber Attacks (Type, Description)
Table 2.2 List of Hackable Cars (Manufacturer, Model, Year Make)
Table 2.3 Media Coverage of Car Hacking (Source, Title)
Table 2.4 Summary of the SPY Car Act (Cyber Security Standards, Privacy Standards)
Table 3.1 Global Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021 (US$, AGR %, CAGR%)
Table 3.2 Regional Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021 (US$, AGR %, CAGR%)
Table 3.3 Regional Automotive Cyber Security Market Percentage Change in Market Share 2016-2021 (PP Change)
Table 3.4 Global Automotive Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints 2016
Table 4.1 Global Automotive Cyber Security Submarket Forecast 2016-2021 (US$, AGR%)
Table 4.2 Automotive Cyber Security Submarket Percentage Change in Market Share 2016-2021 (PP Change)
Table 4.3 Hardware Cyber Security Submarket Forecast 2016-2021 (US$, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.4 Software Cyber Security Submarket Forecast 2016-2021 (US$, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.5 Network Cyber Security Submarket Forecast 2016-2021 (US$, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.6 Cloud Cyber Security Submarket Forecast 2016-2021 (US$, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 5.1 Leading 9 National Automotive Cyber Security Markets Forecast 2016-2021 (US$, AGR%)
Table 5.2 Leading 9 National Automotive Cyber Security Markets CAGR Forecast 2016-2021 (CAGR %)
Table 5.3 China Country Profile 2016 (GDP $bn, GDP per Capita, Population mn, Internet users %, Annual online transactions $tn, Car Sales or Registrations mn, Terrorism Index /10, Cyberwellness Index)
Table 5.4 China Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021 (US$, AGR %, CAGR%)
Table 5.5 China Automotive Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints 2016
Table 5.6 France Country Profile 2016 (GDP $bn, GDP per Capita $, Population mn, Internet users %, Annual online transactions $bn, Car Sales or Registrations mn, Terrorism Index /10, Cyberwellness Index)
Table 5.7 France Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021 (US$, AGR %, CAGR%)
Table 5.8 France Automotive Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints 2016
Table 5.9 Israel Country Profile 2016 (GDP $bn, GDP per Capita $, Population mn, Internet users %, Annual online transactions $bn, Car Sales or Registrations mn, Terrorism Index /10, Cyberwellness Index)
Table 5.10 Israel Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021 (US$, AGR %, CAGR%)
Table 5.11 Israel Automotive Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints 2016
Table 5.12 Japan Country Profile 2016 (GDP $bn, GDP per Capita $, Population mn, Internet users %, Annual online transactions $bn, Car Sales or Registrations mn, Terrorism Index /10, Cyberwellness Index)
Table 5.13 Japan Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021 (US$, AGR %, CAGR%)
Table 5.14 Japan’s Proposed Cyber Security and Data Protection Requirements
Table 5.15 Functions, Threats and Countermeasure Techniques for in-Vehicle Systems
Table 5.16 Japan Automotive Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints 2016
Table 5.17 Russia Country Profile 2016 (GDP $bn, GDP per Capita $, Population mn, Internet users %, Annual online transactions $bn, Car Sales or Registrations mn, Terrorism Index /10, Cyberwellness Index)
Table 5.18 Russia Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021 (US$, AGR %, CAGR%)
Table 5.19 Russia Automotive Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints 2016
Table 5.20 Germany Country Profile 2016 (GDP $bn, GDP per Capita $, Population mn, Internet users %, Annual online transactions $bn, Car Sales or Registrations mn, Terrorism Index /10, Cyberwellness Index)
Table 5.21 Germany Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021 (US$, AGR %, CAGR%)
Table 5.22 Germany Proposed Requirements for Cyber and Information Security
Table 5.23 Germany Automotive Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints 2016
Table 5.24 S. Korea Country Profile 2016 (GDP $bn, GDP per Capita $, Population mn, Internet users %, Annual online transactions $bn, Car Sales or Registrations mn, Terrorism Index /10, Cyberwellness Index)
Table 5.25 S. Korea Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021 (US$, AGR %, CAGR%)
Table 5.26 S. Korea Automotive Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints 2016
Table 5.27 US Country Profile 2016 (GDP $bn, GDP per Capita $, Population mn, Internet users %, Annual Online Transactions $bn, Car Sales or Registrations mn, Terrorism Index /10, Cyberwellness Index)
Table 5.28 US Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021 (US$, AGR %, CAGR%)
Table 5.29 NHTSA Reports to Support Automotive Cyber Security (Title, Description)
Table 5.30 US Automotive Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints 2016
Table 5.31 UK Country Profile 2016 (GDP $bn, GDP per Capita $, Population mn, Internet users %, Annual Online Transactions $bn, Car Sales or Registrations mn, Terrorism Index /10, Cyberwellness Index)
Table 5.32 UK Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021 (US$, AGR %, CAGR%)
Table 5.33 UK Automotive Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints 2016
Table 6.1 Global Automotive Cyber Security Market SWOT Analysis 2016-2021
Table 8.1 Cisco Systems Profile 2016 (CEO, Total Company Sales US$m, Net Profit US$m, HQ, Founded, No. of Employees, IR Contact, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.2 Cisco Total Company Sales 2008-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.3 Cisco Net Profit 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.4 Cisco Cost of Research & Development 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.5 Cisco Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.6 Cisco Sales by Region 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.7 Cisco Number of Employees 2012-2015 (No. of Employees, AGR %)
Table 8.8 Cisco Acquisitions (Date, Company Involved, Value US$m, Details)
Table 8.9 Intel Corporation Profile 2016 (CEO, Total Company Sales US$m, Net Profit US$m, HQ, Founded, No. of Employees, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.10 Intel Corporation Total Company Sales 2008-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.11 Intel Corporation Net Profit 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.12 Intel Corporation Cost of Research & Development 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.13 Intel Corporation Sales by Segment of Business 2013-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.14 Intel Corporation Sales by Geographical Location 2013-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.15 Intel Corporation Number of Employees 2010-2015 (No. of Employees, AGR %)
Table 8.16 Intel Corporation Acquisitions 2007-2015 (Date, Company Involved, Value US$m, Details)
Table 8.17 Symantec Corporation Profile 2016 (CEO, Total Company Sales US$m, Net Profit US$m, Net Capital Expenditure US$m, HQ, Founded, IR Contact, No. of Employees, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.18 Symantec Total Company Sales 2008-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.19 Symantec Net Profit 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.20 Symantec Cost of Research & Development 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.21 Symantec Sales by Segment of Business 2014-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.22 Symantec Sales by Region 2008-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.23 Symantec Number of Employees 2010-2015 (No. of Employees, AGR %)
Table 8.24 Symantec Acquisitions 2005-2015 (Date, Company Involved, Value US$m, Details)
Table 8.25 Key Features of Symantec Embedded Security: Critical System Protection
Table 8.26 Symantec Device Certificate Service (Features, Benefits)
Table 8.27 Features of Symantec Anomaly Detection
Table 8.28 Symantec Secure Application Service (Features, Benefits)
Table 8.29 Full List of Symantec Security Products for Connected Car Market
Table 8.30 IBM Profile 2016 (CEO, Total Company Sales US$m, Net Profit US$m, HQ, Founded, No. of Employees, IR Contact, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.31 IBM Total Company Sales 2008-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.32 IBM Net Profit 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.33 IBM Cost of Research & Development 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.34 IBM Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.35 IBM Sales by Geographical Location 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.36 IBM Number of Employees 2010-2015 (No. of Employees, AGR %)
Table 8.37 IBM Acquisitions (Date, Company Involved, Value US$m, Details)
Table 8.38 Features of the Secure Gateway ECU
Table 8.39 IBM and G&D End-to-End Solutions Platform for Connected Cars (Component, Description)
Table 8.40 Harman International Profile 2016 (CEO, Total Company Sales US$m, Net Profit US$m, HQ, Founded, No. of Employees, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.41 Harman Total Company Sales 2011-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.42 Harman Net Income 2011-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.43 Harman Cost of R&D 2012-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.44 Harman Sales by Business Segment 2012-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.45 Harman Sales by Geographic Location 2012-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.46 Harman Number of Employees 2012-2015 (No. of Employees, AGR %)
Table 8.47 Harman Acquisitions Activity 2011-2016 (Date, Company, Value US$m, Details)
Table 8.48 Harman 5+1 Automotive Security Framework (Layer, Description)
Table 8.49 Harman Redbend’s Automotive Security Solution (Security type, Description)
Table 8.50 TowerSec’s ECUSHIELD Properties (Features, Highlights, Description)
Table 8.51 TowerSec’s TCUSHIELD Properties (Features, Highlights, Description)
Table 8.52 NXP Semiconductors Profile 2016 (CEO, Total Company Sales US$m, Net Profit US$m, HQ, Founded, No. of Employees, IR Contact, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.53 NXP Total Company Sales 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.54 NXP Net Income / Loss 2010-2015 (US$m)
Table 8.55 NXP Cost of R&D 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.56 NXP Sales by Business Segment 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.57 NXP Sales by Geographic Location 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.58 NXP Number of Employees 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.59 NXP Acquisitions Activity 2010-2015 (Date, Company, Value US$m, Details)
Table 8.60 NXP’s 4+1 Layer Security Framework (Layer, Description)
Table 8.61 Infineon Technologies AG Profile 2016 (CEO, Total Company Sales US$m, Net Profit US$m, HQ, Founded, No. of Employees, Ticker, Website)
Table 8.62 Infineon Total Company Sales 2011-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.63 Infineon Net Income 2011-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.64 Infineon Cost of R&D 2011-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.65 Infineon Sales by Business Segment 2011-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.66 Infineon Sales by Geographic Location 2011-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.67 Infineon Number of Employees 2011-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.68 Infineon Acquisitions Activity 2004-2016 (US$m, AGR %)
Table 8.69 Argus In-Vehicle Network Protection Products (In-Vehicle Network Protection Product Name, Description, Features)
Table 8.70 Argus ECU Protection Products (ECU Protection Product Name, Description, Features)
Table 8.71 Argus Lifespan Protection Products (Lifespan Protection Product Name, Description, Features)
Table 8.72 Argus Aftermarket Protection Products (Aftermarket Protection Product Name, Description, Features)
Table 8.73 Karamba’s Carwall Solution (Layer, Description)
Table 8.74 Other Leading Companies in the Automotive Cyber Security Market (Company Name, Headquarters)

List of Figures
Figure 1.1 Global Automotive Cyber Security Market Segmentation Overview
Figure 2.1 Common Stages of Cyber Attacks
Figure 3.1 Global Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021 (US$mn, AGR %)
Figure 3.2 Automotive Cyber Security Regional Coverage (Region)
Figure 3.3 Regional Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021 (US$mn, AGR %)
Figure 3.4 Regional Automotive Cyber Security Market AGR Forecast 2016-2021(AGR%)
Figure 3.5 Regional Automotive Cyber Security Market Percentage Change in Market Share 2016-2021 (% Change)
Figure 3.6 Regional Automotive Cyber Security Market Share Forecast 2016 (%)
Figure 3.7 Regional Automotive Cyber Security Market Share Forecast 2021 (%)
Figure 4.1 Global Automotive Cyber Security Submarket Forecast 2016-2021 (US$mn, AGR%)
Figure 4.2 Global Automotive Cyber Security Submarket Share Forecast 2016 (% Share)
Figure 4.3 Global Automotive Cyber Security Submarket Share Forecast 2021 (% Share)
Figure 4.4 Automotive Cyber Security Submarket Percentage Change in Market Share 2016-2021 (% Change)
Figure 4.5 Hardware Cyber Security Submarket Forecast 2016-2021 (US$mn, AGR %)
Figure 4.6 Software Cyber Security Submarket Forecast 2016-2021 (US$mn, AGR %)
Figure 4.7 Network Cyber Security Submarket Forecast 2016-2021 (US$mn, AGR %)
Figure 4.8 Cloud Cyber Security Submarket Forecast 2016-2021 (US$mn, AGR %)
Figure 5.1 Leading 9 National Automotive Cyber Security Markets Forecast 2016-2021 (US$, Global AGR%)
Figure 5.2 Leading 9 National Automotive Cyber Security Markets CAGR Forecast 2016-2021 (CAGR %)
Figure 5.3 Leading 9 National Automotive Cyber Security Markets Share Forecast 2016 (% Share)
Figure 5.4 Leading 9 National Automotive Cyber Security Markets Share Forecast 2021 (% Share)
Figure 5.5 China Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021 (US$mn, AGR %)
Figure 5.6 China Automotive Cyber Security Market Share Forecast 2016, 2021 (% Share)
Figure 5.7 France Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021 (US$mn, AGR %)
Figure 5.8 France Automotive Cyber Security Market Share Forecast 2016, 2021 (% Share)
Figure 5.9 Israel Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021 (US$mn, AGR %)
Figure 5.10 Israel Automotive Cyber Security Market Share Forecast 2016, 2021 (% Share)
Figure 5.11 Japan Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021 (US$mn, AGR %)
Figure 5.12 Japan Automotive Cyber Security Market Share Forecast 2016, 2021 (% Share)
Figure 5.13 Russia Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021 (US$mn, AGR %)
Figure 5.14 Russia Automotive Cyber Security Market Share Forecast 2016, 2021 (% Share)
Figure 5.15 Germany Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021 (US$mn, AGR %)
Figure 5.16 Germany Automotive Cyber Security Market Share Forecast 2016, 2021 (% Share)
Figure 5.17 S. Korea Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021 (US$mn, AGR %)
Figure 5.18 S. Korea Automotive Cyber Security Market Share Forecast 2016, 2021 (% Share)
Figure 5.19 US Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021 (US$mn, AGR %)
Figure 5.20 US Automotive Cyber Security Market Share Forecast 2016, 2021 (% Share)
Figure 5.21 UK Automotive Cyber Security Market Forecast 2016-2021 (US$mn, AGR %)
Figure 5.22 UK Automotive Cyber Security Market Share Forecast 2016, 2021 (% Share)
Figure 8.1 Cisco Total Company Sales 2008-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.2 Cisco Net Profit 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.3 Cisco Cost of Research & Development 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.4 Cisco Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.5 Cisco Sales by Geographical Location 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.6 Cisco Number of Employees 2012-2015 (No. of Employees, AGR %)
Figure 8.7 Cisco Organisational Structure 2015
Figure 8.8 Intel Corporation Total Company Sales 2008-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.9 Intel Corporation Net Profit 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.10 Intel Corporation Cost of Research & Development 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.11 Intel Corporation Sales by Segment of Business 2013-2015 (US$m)
Figure 8.12 Intel Corporation Sales by Geographical Location 2013-2015 (US$m)
Figure 8.13 Intel Corporation Number of Employees 2010-2015 (No. of Employees, AGR %)
Figure 8.14 Symantec Total Company Sales 2008-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.15 Symantec Net Profit 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.16 Symantec Cost of Research & Development 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.17 Symantec Sales by Segment of Business 2014-2015 (US$m)
Figure 8.18 Symantec Sales by Region 2008-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.19 Symantec Organisational Structure
Figure 8.20 Symantec Number of Employees 2010-2015 (No. of Employees, AGR %)
Figure 8.21 IBM Total Company Sales 2008-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.22 IBM Net Profit 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.23 IBM Cost of Research & Development 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.24 IBM Sales by Segment of Business 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.25 IBM Sales by Geographical Location 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.26 IBM Number of Employees 2010-2015 (No. of Employees, AGR %)
Figure 8.27 IBM Organisational Structure
Figure 8.28 Harman Total Company Sales 2011-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.29 Harman Net Income 2011-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.30 Harman Cost of R&D 2012-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.31 Harman Sales by Business Segment 2012-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.32 Harman Sales by Geographic Location 2012-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.33 Harman Organisational Structure
Figure 8.34 Harman Number of Employees 2012-2015 (No. of Employees, AGR %)
Figure 8.35 NXP Total Company Sales 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.36 NXP Net Income / Loss 2010-2015 (US$m)
Figure 8.37 NXP Cost of R&D 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.38 NXP Sales by Business Segment 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.39 NXP Sales by Geographic Location 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.40 NXP Number of Employees 2010-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.41 Infineon Total Company Sales 2011-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.42 Infineon Net Income 2011-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.43 Infineon Cost of R&D 2011-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.44 Infineon Sales by Business Segment 2011-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.45 Infineon Sales by Geographic Location 2011-2015 (US$m, AGR %)
Figure 8.46 Infineon Number of Employees 2011-2015 (US$m, AGR %)

1 Mainstream Inc
4FrontSecurity
abc 7
Acano Limited
ADMtek
Airbus
Alchemy API
Alienvault
Allianz
Allianz Ventures
Altera
Altiris
AMX LCC
AppStream
Argus Cyber Security
Arilou
Aspera
Assemblage
AT&T
Audi
Automotive division of Bang & Olufsen
BBC
Bindview Development Corporation
Blackfin Security
Blue Box Group
BMW
BT Group
BT Security
Bull
Catena
Cisco
ClearLeap
Clearwell Systems
Cleversafe
Cloudant
CNN Money
Code Red Technologies
Cognitive Security
Comneon
Company-i
Compose
Composite Software
CrossIdeas
CSL International
Daeja Image Systems Ltd
Delphi
Elektrobit
Embrane
Escrypt
EV World
Explorys
Fiat Chrysler
Fiberlink Communications
Ford
Fortune
Freescale semiconductors
Gideon Technologies
Giesecke & Devrient
GM
Gravitant
Harman
Havok
Healthcare Incorporated
Honda
Hyundai
IBM
Imlogic Inc
Infineon Technologies
Information Age
Insieme Networks
Intel
International Rectifier
Intucell
ITS Connect Promotion Consortium
Jennic
JouleX
Karamba
Kaspersky Lab
KIA
KT mobile networks
Lancope
Lear Corp
Lexus
Linux
LiveOffice
Logic
Magma Venture Partners
Magna International
MaintenanceNet
Mazda
McAfee
Memoir Systems
Mercedes-Benz
MessageLabs
Metacloud
Meteorix LLC
Mi5 Networks
Mitsubishi
Motus Ventures
MWM Acoustics
NCC Group
Neophis
Nissan
NitroDesk
NitroSecurity
Nonghyup Cooperative
Northrop Grumman
Now Factory
nSuite
Nukona
NXP Semiconductors
Opel
OpenDNS
Orange
OurCrowd
ParStream
PasswordBank
Pawaa
Penta Security
PGP Corporation
Phytel
PistonCloud Computing
Portcullis
Portcullis Computer
QNX
Range Rover
Raytheon
Recon Instruments
Redbend
Relicore Inc.
Renault
RT
Safran
SBD
SBI Holdings
Secunet AG
Secure Computing
Security InMotion
Security Group
Security Innovation
Sentrigo
Silveerpop
Simics
SoftLayer
SoftScan
SolveDirect
Sophos
Sourcefire
SsangYong
Star Analytics Inc
StrongLoop
Subaru
Suzuki
SwapDrive
Sygate Technology
Symantec
Symphony Teleca
Tail-f Systems
TalkTalk
Tech Insider
TechWorm
Telenor
Tesla
Thales
The Washington Post
The Weather Company
ThreatGrid
Time
Tools
TowerSec
Toyota
Transparent
Trend Micro
Trillium
Tropo
Trusteer
Ubiquisys
UrbanCode
Utimaco
VeriSign
Veritas
Verizon
Vertex Ventures
Visteon
Volkswagen
Vontu
WHIPTAIL
WholeSecurity
Wind River Systems
Wired
Wolfspeed
WSJ
Xtify Inc
XtreamLok
ZiiLabs

Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in this Report
Israel Advanced Technologies Park
Agence National de la Security des Systemes d’Information (ANSSI)
German Alliance for Cyber-Security
US Automotive Security Review Board (ASRB)
China Automotive Cyber Security Committee
China Ministry of Industry and Information Technology
China Society of Automotive Engineers
US Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS)
Japan Control Systems Security Centre (CSSC)
US Department of Defense
US Department of Justice
European Parliament (EP)
European Union (EU)
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI)
US Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
General Office of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee
China General Office of the State Council
UK Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ)
US Homeland Security
Information Sharing and Analysis Centre (ISAC)
Japan Information Technology Promotion Agency (IPA)
Israel Defence Forces (IDF) cyber force
Israel National Cyber Bureau
Israeli Unit 8200
Japan Ministry of Defence (MoD)
Japan Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
Japan Ministry of internal Affairs and Communications (MIC)
Japan National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)
Japan National Police Agency
Korea Communications Commission (KCC)
Moscow Engineering Physics Institute
Japanese National Centre of Incident Readiness and Strategy for Cyber Security (NISC)
US National Cyber investigative Joint Task Force (NCIJTF)
South Korean National Cyber Security Centre
US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
US National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD)
US National Security Agency (NSA)
South Korean National Security Council (NSC)
US Office of Cyber and infrastructure Analysis (OCIA)
US Office of Cybersecurity and Communications (CS&C)
Russia Ministry of Defence
South Korean National Assembly’s Public Administration & Security Committee
ASRB Steering Committee (TSC)
German UP KRITIS
US Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)
US Department of Transportation (USDOT)
World Economic Forum

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