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Magna and Argus to collaborate on connected car cybersecurity

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Published: September 15, 2015 | Aurora, ON Magna International and Argus Cyber Security are partnering to deliver a robust solution to the automotive industry that addresses vehicle security concerns related to cyber attacks in the rapidly growing car connectivity market. Magna also happened to be one of the series B …

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Intel makes industry-wide research group to mitigate connected car cybersecurity risks

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Published: September 15, 2015 | Santa Clara, CA Intel is establishing the Automotive Security Review Board (ASRB) to research and collaborate on ways to improve automotive security products and technology. Intel has also published the initial report for the best practices to get maximum cyber-security, which will be updated according …

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Dodge follows the “Tesla” path: Adds laptop-sized infotainment panels in Charger Pursuit models

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Published: September 14, 2015 | Auburn Hills, MI Dodge Charger Pursuit is going tactical in a big way for 2016. Dodge announced that the 2016 Charger Pursuit for law enforcement will offer Uconnect with a 12.1-inch built-in touchscreen that enables the integration of law enforcement computer systems. Compared to the …

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Argus Cyber Security raises $26M Series B funding from Magna, Allianz and SBI Group

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Published: September 13, 2015 | Tel Aviv, Israel Argus Cyber Security announced it has raised $26M in Series B funding. The round includes Magna International, Allianz SE, the SBI Group and existing investors Magma Venture Partners, Vertex Venture Capital and various others. As a key driver of the Internet of Things (IoT) …

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Survey: Orlando fusses visibility behind the wheels, ford showcases smart mobility to assistance

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Published: September 10, 2015 | Florida, United States Orlando residents worry more about visibility behind the wheel than public speaking or heights – according to a recent survey. The survey, conducted by independent research company Penn Schoen Berland, examined driving-related fears, as well as public receptiveness to driver-assist and semi-autonomous …

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‘Ford Car Buying Trends 2015’ highlights the increasing appetite of EU drivers for semi-autonomous tech

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Published: September 7, 2015 | COLOGNE, Germany Autonomous vehicles may still be a way down the road. But drivers across Europe are showing an increasing appetite for the semi-autonomous technologies that are building blocks towards the cars of the future, according to a new Ford Motor Company study on buying …

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Japanese government bullish about connected car cybersecurity

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Published: September 02, 2015 | Tokyo, Japan Japan’s Internal Affairs and Communications Ministry has drawn up guidelines in a bid to defend against the hacking of an envisaged next-generation driving support system that is expected to help accelerate the development of autonomous driving cars. The ministry is concerned about the …

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SKODA SmartGate connects driver’s smartphone with in-vehicle networking system

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Published: September 02, 2015 | Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic The ŠKODA Fabia, Octavia, Rapid, Rapid Spaceback, Yeti and Superb currently offer innovative solutions to in-car networking with your own smartphone or tablet. SmartLink and SmartGate functions bridge the connection between car and mobile. While SmartLink lets you use smartphone apps …

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INRIX to keeps vehicles informed of dangerous road conditions with INRIX Road Weather

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Published: September 1, 2015 | Munich, Germany INRIX announced INRIX Road Weather, which provides critical information on road conditions, including updated alerts every 15 minutes. Unlike traditional weather services, INRIX Road Weather provides information on the roads themselves, including type of precipitation, surface conditions and visibility, among others. It is …

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Security Innovation explains ways to create an impenetrable connected car

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The car maker’s own security team will have to develop a set of security requirements that are part of the general specifications to which their suppliers will be required to comply Gene Carter, Director of Product Management | Security Innovation There is growing public realization of potential cybersecurity vulnerabilities in …

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