The Automotive Information Sharing and Analysis Center has added four members, including Google, Oshkosh Corp., Tokai Rika, and Qualcomm to its roster, the Washington, D.C.-based consortium announced. Saferide Technologies has also signed on as a strategic partner.
The consortium has been working to advance the cause of global vehicle cybersecurity information sharing as it develops strategies for preventing cyber threats to the connected vehicle.
"Google, Oshkosh Corp., Tokai Rika, Qualcomm and Saferide Technologies all play critical roles in building the resiliency of our connected vehicle ecosystem, and their contribution to the Auto-ISAC is key to our industry's success," said Jeff Massimilla of General Motors, who serves as the Auto-ISAC's chairman. "Collectively, these companies will contribute valuable information to drive the industry’s proactive work to incorporate strong security measures into every phase of the vehicle lifecycle."
The Auto-ISAC was formed in 2015 to promote collaboration between suppliers, commercial vehcile companies, and automobile manufacturers around vehicle cybersecurity issues.