In automotive cybersecurity news are the Securing Mobility Summit, Secure Your Future with Securing Mobility Summit in LA Have you always wondered what it’s like to actually hack into a car’s computer to control steering,
In automotive cybersecurity news are research reports, Karamba, Infineon, Auto-ISAC and Sterling. Automotive Cybersecurity Market is Growing According to Market Study Report, the Automotive Cybersecurity Market is projected to surpass $837.1 million by 2024. This
In automotive cybersecurity news this week were Uptane, Microchip and research. Uptane Prevents Attacks Based upon Cappos’ widely-used TUF (The Update Framework), and developed with funding by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Uptane can
It’s time for DefCon and the Car Hacking Village people will be hacking into automotive vulnerabilities in all kinds of new ways. This Friday and Saturday, hackers are explaining what is needed to hack a
In automotive cyber security news this week were DefCon, Elon Musk, GM, Karamba, Irdeta and ERM Advanced Telematics. Car CarHacking Village Update Automotive cybersecurity has two sides, the automaker/Tier 1 side and the hacker side.
In automotive cybersecurity news this week were Continental, Elektrobit, Argus, VIN Chain, Dash and MOBi Elektrobit & Argus Cybersecurity Mod Solution for OTA Elektrobit (EB)—announced EB cadian Sync. Together with ARGUS Cyber Security, this
In automotive cybersecurity news this week were tips to block key fob signals, new membership and new reports. Ways to Block Key Fob Signals in the News There were several news stories this week about
This week there was more automotive cybersecurity news from AutoArmor, Gemalto, ST Engineering and SafeRide. More options are being offering all of the world while automakers are trying out different methods from different providers. c2a
Sprint partnered with NXM Labs to launch a 5G-Ready Connected Car Platform combining high-speed, on-demand passenger Wi-Fi with advanced vehicle health monitoring and safety. This includes the first blockchain powered Internet-of-Things (IoT) security system that
When your iPhone or Android smartphone connects to cars, it leaves a trail of data behind such as your map destinations, garage codes, contacts, phone numbers and even texting history. A new app Privacy4Cars erases
In automotive cybersecurity news this week are Frost and Sullivan, FEV and HARMAN. Frost and Sullivan offer a new report, FEV analyzes the recent BMW and Audi hacks. HARMAN is offering a free cybersecurity webinar.
There were two big automotive connected car related events this week, ITS America and TU-Automotive Detroit. For TU-Automotive Detroit we thought that we covered everything but after we combed through the news and the massive