Leaks are inevitable. Damage is optional.

The Race Against
External Threats in the Automotive Supply Chain

Discover real examples of data leaks, vulnerable assets, and exposed credentials leaving car companies vulnerable to data breaches and ransomware.

CybelAngel proactively protects global enterprises from the most critical external cyber threats. Our advanced platform, combined with dedicated analysts, provides the fastest time-to-detect, the most comprehensive scanning surface, and zero false positive alerts.

CybelAngel Global Cyber Investigations:

Introduction
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Automobile manufacturers are riding the road of digital transformation, leaving them vulnerable to data leaks and ransomware. Manufacturers are reliant on increasingly complex supply chains resulting in valuable and confidential information being shared among hundreds of third parties outside of the client companies’ control. Their products, vehicles, are becoming more connected thus vulnerable to digital and supply chain attacks.

Our analysts selected a sample of 14 leading automotive manufacturing companies around the world. They then applied CybelAngel Data Breach Prevention, Asset Discovery and Monitoring, and Account Takeover Prevention solutions to locate publicly accessible data leaks, vulnerable assets such as RDPs, and exposed credentials known to leave businesses vulnerable to data breaches, ransomware, and supply chain attacks.

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Our investigation confirmed that automotive companies today are facing unprecedented severe risk from external threats of multiple kinds.

The Race Against External Threats in the Automotive Supply Chain

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Example Findings:

60 Million

keyword matches.

800,000

alerts of documents hosted on exposed servers, clouds, and databases. 

215,000

employees having credentials 
exposed or compromised.

exposed assets including 26K deemed to have open ports or protocols that should be closed or monitored closely.

235,000

Report includes real examples of document-level leaks in the automotive supply chain