Why Car-Hacking Could Threaten the Federal Government | Apps and Internet of Things
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Why Car-Hacking Could Threaten the Federal Government | Apps and Internet of Things


A report on vehicle cybersecurity found that modern cars, especially those made in 2015 or later, are highly susceptible to hacking.

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Cars are becoming very complex and sophisticated computers, or rather mobiles, since they will be connected over public cellular networks. But, these complex environments are still very unsophisticated when it comes to Cyber security. The legal regulations are dragging even more behind. They all better shape up before anything really dangerous happens.