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Continental, Cummins, HARMAN, and ZF join Auto-ISAC for automotive cybersecurity

Continental, Cummins, HARMAN, and ZF have joined the Automotive Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Auto-ISAC) as original equipment supplier members. The four new members continue Auto-ISAC’s recent expansion beyond automakers, as the organization acknowledges the critical role that suppliers play in creating strong vehicle cybersecurity protections.

Automakers and suppliers must be in close coordination around cybersecurity. With members like Continental, Cummins, HARMAN, and ZF, Auto-ISAC can continue to facilitate that coordination and improve the industry's collective cybersecurity posture.

—Jeff Massimilla of General Motors, Auto-ISAC’s Vice-Chairman

Auto-ISAC was formed in July 2015 in a coordinated auto industry effort to establish a secure platform for sharing, tracking and analyzing intelligence about cyber threats and potential vulnerabilities. Auto-ISAC operates as a central hub that allows members to anonymously submit and receive information to help them more effectively counter cyber threats in real time.

Currently, Auto-ISAC members account for more than 98% of light-duty vehicles on the road in North America.


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