Auto manufacturers are asleep at the wheel when it comes to security

And rising car thefts suggest the criminals are taking advantage


By Iain Thomson in San Francisco 10 March 2018
Car crash

Cars are getting smarter every year but their increasing computational power isn’t being backed up by good IT security practices – hacking them is child’s play.

That’s the conclusion of a series of speakers at the Kaspersky Security Analyst Summit.


These security researchers have demonstrated how easy it is to introduce software into vehicles to steal data, take control of vital functions, get around alarm and electronic key systems and even crash the car.


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