The car of today — and especially tomorrow — relies on countless lines of software code to get those wheels moving, a reality that has placed increasing importance on automotive cybersecurity.
Industrial IoT technologies promise to revolutionize the automotive industry, but they also introduce new risks. What are the biggest threats auto companies face, and how can they mitigate them?
The IBM Security immune system consists of integrated, industry-focused solutions to help clients across all sectors maximize their security investments.
Security researchers have demonstrated how it is possible to use stickers to get computer vision systems in autonomous vehicles to wrongly identify signs.
A Controller Area Network (CAN) Bus standard vulnerability could impact the security of connected automobiles and other products.
The personal information of 10 million U.S. car owners was exposed in a massive leak of car VINs, according to researchers at Kromtech Security.
MOPs may allow a vehicle to cloak its position information from location services by using all radio communication channels available to it.
Companies have a vested interest when it comes to ferreting out IT problems before cybercriminals manage to launch attacks in the wild. The recent Mirai infections are proof positive that compromised Internet of Things (IoT) devices paved the way...
The transportation industry is a large target for cybercriminals, and the only way to avoid damaging attacks is to be proactive about security.
The vehicle area networks used by autonomous vehicles will need to protected with the most sophisticated security measures available.