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Cyber threat is increasing to Connected Cars

Demand for Connected Cars is slowly increasing in western countries. But because of the explosion of digitization, the automobile sector is also being exposed to malicious cyber threats. For instance, a few days ago, Police Officials from Europe took into custody about 31 suspects for allegedly involving in the scheme of stealing connected cars. Information […]

Now a consortium to prevent cyber attacks on Connected Cars

Car makers Toyota, Hyundai and Nissan are all set to form a consortium that will aim to fight cyber attacks on Connected Cars. And companies like Microsoft Japan, Trend Micro, NTT Communications, Sompo Japan Insurance and few other manufacturers like Panasonic and Denso are all set to join the campaign. According to an Asian news […]

Automated cars are vulnerable to Cyber Attacks

A study carried out by Trend Micro has revealed that there are multiple possibilities for the automated cars to be targeted by Cyber Attacks. Researchers from the security firm revealed that those into manufacturing of connected cars have to focus more on keeping their automatives safe from the prying eyes of the threat actors. Trend […]

Renault and Nissan to find vulnerabilities in Connected Cars

Renault and Nissan, two popular car makers in the world, have teamed up with an Israeli startup that offers Cybersecurity to connected cars. Dubbed as Cybellum, the said company that was established in 2016 will partner with Alliance Innovation Labs to find out vulnerabilities in connected cars to fix them on time before any untoward […]

Ford and Volkswagen Connected cars are suffering from serious security vulnerabilities

The connected car technology being offered in Ford Focus and Volkswagen Polo cars are reported to be filled with security vulnerabilities. Experts say that hackers can easily take control of the systems in these two of the most popular cars in Europe to gain access and control to features such as Tyre pressure and traction […]

Cyber threat looming on Connected Cars

A survey conducted on behalf of US-based Society of Automotive Engineers International(SAE) has discovered that malicious cyber attacks will take place on IT systems of cars by next year. And 62% of security professionals belonging to the car industry anticipate that the looming cyber threat could hit targets in the UK in the next few […]

Auto Industry could lose $24 billion to Cyber Attacks

Israel based Upstream Auto; a cybersecurity solutions provider for the automotive industry has released a security report which says that cyber attacks on auto industry might cause $24 billion loss to Connected Car manufacturers in next 5 years. Upstream Auto released a comprehensive report on the issue after it studied over 170 documented incidents related […]

Cyber Threat Concerns may create hostile conditions for Connected Car Sales

Cyber Threat Concerns may create hostile conditions for the sales of Connected Cars, says a survey conducted by Irdeto. The survey also disclosed that among the present set of consumers who own connected cars, 59% are concerned that their vehicle could become a potential target for hackers in near future. Of the survey conducted across […]

UK Government formulates new Cybersecurity Guidelines for Connected Cars

The British government has come up with a new set of guidelines to encourage automakers to prioritize cyber security standards in all of their future innovations. Last week, UK’s Transport Minister Lord Callanan announced the new set of guidelines which are supposed to be followed by auto makers on an immediate note. As autonomous and […]

Cyber Attacks on Connected Cars will increase says Kaspersky

Kaspersky has warned the owners and riders of all connected and autonomous cars that the said transport mediums are extremely vulnerable to cyber attacks. The researchers from the Russian Security Firm have come to the conclusion after carrying out a research on remotely controlled cars manufactured by automobile manufacturers like Toyota. Note 1– Connected Cars […]

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