Cybersecurity threats you can face in your sector
When scaling your business and moving it online, you may encounter Cybersecurity challenges. It is crucial to take care of Cybersecurity across the organisation and from both the backoffice and production perspective. Defense in depth and layered security should be considered essential elements of your business strategy. Although the threat landscape may be similar across different industries (i.e. ransomware, supply chain compromise), there are also some key aspects that are sector-specific.
Embedded security, supply chain compromise and compliance with regulations are key factors to consider. Automotive sector combines hardware, software development and Functional Safety.
Protection of sensitive data is very important in this sector. Cybersecurity in HR tech is not only a matter of technological protection but also a fundamental aspect of risk management.
Data security, compliance with regulations and resilience may be considered important factors in the sector. Financial industry is highly regulated, and it combines majority of the current cyber principles.
Data integrity and data availability are most common principles in the sector. The sector relies on accuracy of data and uninterrupted communication to provide services to its customers.
Healthcare & Life Sciences
Healthcare & Life Sciences
Personal data, intellectual property, data integrity and compliance with regulations are important aspects in the sector. The field is strongly regulated from both the development and data-handling perspective because it deals with human health and safety.
We should keep in mind that the general rule of Cybersecurity is that the lack of due care will result in an increased risk of Cybersecurity incidents occurring. Software development is no exception to the rule.
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Project FOTA: a seamless approach to security
With vehicles becoming more connected through the internet, wireless networks, and communication protocols, carmakers, suppliers, and other automotive industry stakeholders must prioritise cybersecurity throughout a vehicle’s entire lifecycle. To meet these needs, we established a unified approach that merges all the critical safety and security requirements. The process was designed based on our internal FOTA project to achieve a framework for implementing cybersecurity work products that can be reused for other clients with minimal modifications.
Hazard analysis and risk assessment in automotive
Our client, a global Tier 1 company specialising in providing complete systems and sub-systems for the automotive industry, aimed to develop systems for an autonomous bus classified as level 5. Spyrosoft’s role included creating a hazard analysis with risk assessment (HARA). Regular meetings with the client led to the establishment of safety goals and violation scenarios, along with safety mechanisms to mitigate risk.
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