Michigan is the global leader for automated driverless and connected vehicles and the technology behind them. For this reason, the state is also known as a key leader in addressing issues and raising awareness for cyber security and data including infrastructure sensitivity, data sharing, and penalties for malicious sharing of data related to the technologies that are used daily.
14 sites and cybersecurity hubs are in Michigan operated by the Michigan Cyber Range. There are 8,760 cybersecurity jobs in Michigan.
The state is also a leader in the cyber-physical security through Michigan’s network of OEMs, suppliers, startups, and higher education initiatives such as Wayne State University’s graduate certificate program in Cyber-physical Systems.