Securing the Connected Vehicle with the SPC58

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Electronics in the car are evolving from stand-alone objects to interconnected objects and objects connected to the Cloud or other cars. Connectivity will enable new functionalities while also creating a number of new risks. Imagine the impact on users if safety-critical systems — think steering or brakes — could be compromised by a remote software update or remote intrusion into the software.

ST’s SPC58 automotive microcontrollers are designed to address these challenges with dedicated security subsystems that protect against malicious attacks and unauthorized access.

Watch the video below to learn how the new SPC58 automotive MCU family contributes to raising the bar in security and in-car communications. The family includes the latest Hardware Security Module (HSM) technology for intrusion detection and protection against malicious attacks.

The SPC58 “Chorus” family brings to market the most advanced, scalable set of 32-bit microcontrollers for automotive networks and body applications. It is several times more powerful than previous generations – and includes enhanced low power modes and improved software compatibility.

In addition, hardware and software scalability enables customers to reduce software development investments and improve time-to-market with optimized hardware solutions for a range of applications.