July 08, 2016

Getty Images A cybersecurity expert who works with three major automakers says car hacking will continue to be a problem, and he says that only after something “catastrophic” happens will it be tackled head on. “I think it’s going to take something catastrophic, unfortunately, for the car manufacturers to really change their mindsets,” David Kennedy, the CEO of TrustedSec , told Tech Insider.

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