Mobile applications used for connected cars are just as vulnerable to attacks as any other app downloaded from a public app store. If you're only using app coding best practices, perimeter or network security, you're not doing enough to stop bad actors from reverse engineering your connected auto apps. Once app code is exposed, attackers have access to co-opt and manipulate vehicle controls accessible to the app.
To adequately protect connected car apps, you need a layered, inside-out approach. In this eBook, we share the benefits of app shielding to strengthen security posture and how to incorporate real-time threat data to stem the effects of emerging threats, all without disrupting your development lifecycle.