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Protecting Connected Cars from Cyberattack

The smart features built into new cars open the door to serious cyber threats. Linked to the internet, connected cars offer cybercriminals the potential ability to remotely access and manipulate the data ...
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Connected Cars, Smart Homes Remain Targets 

The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) released a smart car safety report detailing how connected cars expand the potential of cyberattacks. Several years ago, IOActive researchers (among others) proved that it’s ...
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80% of Drivers Don’t Remove Personal Information Before Selling Their Car

80% of Drivers Don’t Remove Personal Information Before Selling Their Car

Four in five drivers don’t remove their personal information before selling their car, a new survey from Which? reveals. Between December 2019 and February 2020, the consumer advisory group surveyed more than ...
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Transportation and Security: Planes, Trains, Automobiles and Software Glitches

Spring has rained down on the aviation industry with a couple of rough storms. On the heels of multiple airlines having to delay nearly 800 flights due to an unidentified glitch in ...
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How to Prevent Connected Carjacking

How to Prevent Connected Carjacking

Most people reading this article will drive a connected car, which is essentially a car that can link to the Internet. GPS enables us to navigate through unknown territory. Smart radio selects ...

What Will it Take to Accelerate Connected Car Security?

In late April, it was Volkswagen and Audi in the headlines, when their in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems were found vulnerable to remote hacking. By mid-May, it was BMW, in the thick of ...