March 01, 2016

As automakers rush to market connected cars to feed drivers hungry for collision avoidance systems and self-parking features, security experts are urging the industry to pump its brakes and prioritize the their cars’ cyber defenses.

In a report released Tuesday by IDC and the security firm Veracode, researchers say when it comes to car hacking it’s going to take three years for automakers to catch up with the number of cyber threats targeting cars today.

 

>Read the source article at Threatpost

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