Security

16th January 2019

Tesla Is Target & Prize in White Hat Hacker Contest

Hacking into a Tesla Model 3 can earn someone up to $250,000 in a Pwn2Own contest.

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15th January 2019

Flaws in Schneider EV Chargers Could Allow Hackers to Take Control

Schneider Electric has issued a software patch to fix several security vulnerabilities in the company's EVlink Parking charging stations.

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2nd January 2019

Hyundai Fingerprint Tech Claims Five-Fold Increased Security

Following the trend for mobile device technology gravitating into the auto world, Hyundai is claiming a world first in bringing fingerprint recognition into its range. It says its automotive...

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17th December 2018

2018: A Pivotal Year for Black Hat Cyber Attacks on Connected Cars

As 2018 comes to a close, a new report from Upstream Security finds that the number of cyber attacks against connected vehicles is increasing.

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12th December 2018

BlackBerry Launches Security Credential Management System Designed for Smart Cities

BlackBerry is offering this new security management tool without service fees to automakers and public offices involved in smart city and connected vehicle pilots.

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12th November 2018

Hyundai Launching R&D Center in Silicon Valley

Hyundai component-making unit Hyundai Mobis is opening its first research and development center, M.Cube, in Silicon Valley. The automaker says it plans to use M.Cube as a base to...

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10th October 2018

Startup Upstream Looks at Data Flows to Secure Connected Cars

In order to better secure connected vehicles, Israeli startup Upstream focuses its attention on what's happening outside the car, and not the data inside.

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27th July 2018

Continental Partners With Argus & Elektrobit on Connected Car Security

The partnership will result in Argus and Elektrobit security tech installed on Continental's connected vehicle electronics products.

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24th July 2018

Data Exposure Hints at Risks to Automakers

Cybersecurity company UpGuard found over 157GB of proprietary data from GM, Ford, Fiat Chrysler and other automakers exposed on the open Internet.

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18th July 2018

GPS Spoofing Fooled Drivers Into Taking Wrong Way

A group of security researchers have shown that a vehicle's GPS system can be spoofed using inexpensive hardware.

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5th July 2018

Level 5 Autonomy: Are We There Yet?

Autonomous cars and trucks are coming, but that doesn't mean drivers can expect them tomorrow. In order to achieve true Level 5 autonomy, several technologies need to mature.

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2nd July 2018

Intel’s RSS Framework Sets Safety Apart in AV Development

Before resigning last month, former Intel CEO Brian Krzanich laid out a vision for creating safer autonomous vehicles. Here's what the chip maker's Responsibility-Sensitive Safety philosophy could mean to...

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