Car Hacking: Security Experts Caution Automakers On Greater Need For Cybersecurity And Anti-Hacking Measures
New cars carry more interlinked computing systems than a typical small business. Buried under hoods and behind touchscreen control panels, microprocessors run by millions of lines of code operate an array of crucial functions, from brakes and steering to headlights and horns. Automakers are constantly adding more features, processors and software.
This new era in the evolution of motorized transport seems like a win-win situation for all. Most consumers embrace the technologies, and automakers welcome the bigger profit margins that teched-out cars provide.
But cybersecurity experts warn: Not so fast… Read more