October 21, 2016

This software wants to protect your connected car from IoT hacking This software wants to protect your connected car from IoT hacking Share 13 Oct, 2016 Trend Micro and Microsoft aim their sights at connected car hackers Software targeting smart car hacking threats was showcased at Microsoft's IoT Expo in Taipei this week.

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