June 20, 2016

You are here: Home » Executives » BMW » Q&A: CHRISTOPH GROTE BMW exec: Car hacking is a familiar threat June 18, 2016 @ 12:01 am Comments Olive Keogh Christoph Grote: "The truth of hacking is that you are never done." Car hacking may be a rising fear as vehicles are increasingly designed around Internet-based features and connectivity.

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