SECURING AUTOMOTIVE IS CRUCIAL IN TODAY'S CONNECTED WORLD
Safeguarding Internal Automotive Ecosystems: Analysis on the Keen Security Lab attack of the Tesla Model S
Connected automobiles will account for more than 82 percent of cars sold by 2021. In a few short years, the majority of cars on the road will be data centers on wheels. This presents a huge opportunity for auto manufacturers and tech companies who supply connected services.
But with innovation comes risk. In recent years, security researchers have hacked into connected vehicles to shine a spotlight on vulnerabilities that could result in significant safety and privacy threats. In this analysis, we look at connected car innovation and explore the details of the Keen Research Lab ethical attack launched on the Tesla Model S.
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