With growing concerns about autonomous cars being prime targets for hackers, a certain fear has been magnified amidst tragic terrorist attacks in which vehicles are used as weapons. But with the latest advancements and fool proof technology, many security experts in this domain believe that cracking the autonomous shell for … Read the rest
In yet another jolt for autonomous / connected cars, a team of researchers demonstrated a major hackable flaw– in the Controller Area Network (CAN) bus standard – that could enable a Denial of Service (DoS) attack on safety systems including brakes, airbags and power steering. With CAN essentially being the … Read the rest
Welcome of autonomous vehicles on the streets also brings along a whole new set of threats to it. We have been familiar with the ways our secured computers are hacked despite all anti viruses uploaded. Now, our cars are going to be fully dependent on technology, which will make them … Read the rest
Its a bit early to say this considering the transitional phase that we are in but, machine learning and automation will be the key to solve all cyber-security challenges in the future. Given the threat landscape’s inevitable evolution, it will most likely remain an arms race between the defenders and … Read the rest
As car manufacturers ride along this new wave of automation, the need to secure these increasingly connected ‘devices’ becomes paramount and the UK government has been swift to take actions.
Good News is: The demand for cyber-security researchers has been increasing exponentially as Autonomous vehicles is becoming main stream. But the Bad News is: The current supply fails to keep up with the demand! The recent ‘Car Hacking Village’ sub conference at Las Vegas ( which is part of the … Read the rest