Today’s modern motor is no longer just an electro-mechanical vehicle. Over the years, the motor industry has become more connected, with smarter, more efficient technologies. These enhancements contribute significantly to a drivers safety, comfort, and enjoyment. However, it also presents a new challenge by turning vehicles into a prime target for cyberattacks.
There is a growing risk that a vehicle’s system can be infiltrated including the violations of safety, privacy and financial elements of a vehicle.
Recent years have seen a number of examples highlighting the vulnerability of connected cars such as: