21st August 2023

How Autotech Can Fight Off the Hackers

Security becomes a key concern whenever anything is connected to a network and especially including connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs). Earlier in 2023, TechRadar reported that “major security flaws...

By Graham Jarvis

3rd August 2023

The Spying Game in Driverless Technology

Last May, the US Department of Justice formally charged a man named Weibo Wang with stealing secrets for the benefit of the Chinese government. This was hardly a Cold...

By Eric Volkman


22nd June 2023

BEVs Remain a Serious Cyber-Security Risk

As battery electric vehicles join the global fleet, questions of security have increasingly been raised, particularly in relation to how vulnerable they will make the electric infrastructure that fuels...

By Siegfried Mortkowitz


5th June 2023

Why Antivirus Cannot Protect Your Car

In July last year, BMW announced its intention to make heated seats an $18-per-month subscription service. A week later, a group of hackers called Easy Bimmer Coding claimed they...

By Roma Nazarov


27th January 2023

Cyber Attacks on Industry at One-a-Minute, BlackBerry

BlackBerry research suggests industry is being attacked by cyber criminals at a rate of one-a-minute revealing the real threat facing connected businesses. Its Global Threat Intelligence Report, highlights the...


18th March 2022

Vital Cyber-Security Areas Automakers Must Focus On

In January, a teenager in Germany found a vulnerability in third-party software that let him remotely start 25 Teslas in 13 countries, find their locations and determine whether anyone...

By Susan Kuchinskas


1st March 2022

Cyber Attack Shuts Toyota’s Japanese Plants

A cyber attack thought, to be from Russia, has forced Toyota to shut 14 of its domestic production plants as one of its major suppliers fights to recover computer...


3rd December 2021

Identifying Cybersecurity Focus Areas in Connected Cars

Trend Micro will host a Dec. 9 webinar to discuss United Nations Regulation No. 155, which provides 69 attack vectors that manufacturers are required to secure.


10th May 2021

US Pipeline Hack Sounds Automakers’ Alarm

Automakers are witnessing a stark warning about their future computer systems’ security with the criminal cyber attack on the US’s largest oil pipeline. The BBC reports that the US...


25th April 2021

Autonomous Vehicle Safety: Pedestrian Detection in the Spotlight

Intellias has released a report on how technology can enhance pedestrian detection to ensure autonomous vehicle safety within populated urban environments.


10th March 2021

How V2X is Changing Automotive Design

A key technology in automotive evolution, Vehicle-to-everything (V2X) allows automobiles to directly connect with each other, roadside infrastructure, and pedestrians to deliver benefits ranging from road safety, traffic efficiency,...


20th January 2021

Automaker Blockchain Bid to end Used Car ‘Clocking’

Blockchain security technology is being used to prevent pre-owned vehicles having their digitally recorded mileage altered, or ‘clocked’, by unscrupulous sellers. The process of ‘correcting’ a vehicle’s recorded mileage...