Taking the Threat Seriously

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Cars, like many other everyday objects, are now more connected to wireless networks than ever before – and this has caused a corresponding rise in the potential for them to be targeted by hackers. The Cipher Brief spoke to Yoni Heilbronn of Argus Cybersecurity, a firm that specializes in cybersecurity for vehicles. His main take away: cars are only going to increase their connectivity, and so industry will need to continue engaging with the cybersecurity community in order to protect both cars and consumers.

The Cipher Brief: Why would a malicious actor target a vehicle for a cyber attack, and what types of vehicles are likely targets?

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