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Company: Top domestic new energy auto manufacturer
In recent years, the worldwide new energy vehicle subsidy policies, and the domestic policies such as the "14th Five-Year Plan", have strongly promoted the rapid popularisation of intelligent connected and autonomous vehicles. At the same time, it has also brought huge cyber security challenges to the Auto industry. According to statistics, the number of Connected Car cybersecurity incidents has increased by 7 times in the past five years.
In this context, the regulations on Connected Car cybersecurity area have become increasingly strict. The United Nation World Forum for Harmonisation of Vehicle Regulations (WP29) issued R155 – the UN Regulation on vehicle cyber security management system, R156 - the UN Regulation on vehicle software update management system. These regulations were enforced in the European Union, Japan and other places in July 2022. China is also establishing corresponding mandatory national standards for market access, which are expected to be enforced in mid-2024. Auto manufacturers must pass the regulation's specific requirements otherwise they could not sell their vehicle models in the local market.
Due to lack of the well-established management system and technical capabilities to meet the mandatory requirements of these new regulations, our client engaged PwC to support them to build resilience in the new business transformation, by helping them to comply with new regulations, and enhancing their security capabilities in a comprehensive manner.
PwC cyberteam developed an innovative technical consulting solution - Connected Car cybersecurity service, which could interconnect all of the core business units of Auto manufacturers to enhance the security capabilities across the organisation, and address the vehicle cyber risk management requirements in the business processes and each vehicle product. With this innovative solution, PwC assisted our client to successfully obtain the Vehicle Cybersecurity Certificates, which is the First Successful case in Asia.
This service is divided into two aspects:
Asia Pacific Risk Services Leader, Mainland China and Hong Kong Digital Trust & Risk Leader, PwC Hong Kong
Tel: + 2289 2919
Mainland China and Hong Kong Digital Trust & Risk Markets Leader, China Central Digital Trust & Risk Leader, PwC China
Tel: + (21) 2323 3405