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Automotive Cybersecurity: Argus Cyber Security working with Bosch


Argus Cyber Security and Bosch have announced that security vulnerabilities were found by Argus researchers in the Bosch Drivelog Connector dongle and in its authentication process with the Drivelog Connect smartphone application which enabled the researchers to take control of a car via Bluetooth. Following a responsible disclosure made by …

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WikiLeaks reveal CIA ‘mission’ on cars, leads to concerns over connected cars


Reuters- WikiLeaks documents showing the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency considered a “mission” against connected car technology underscores auto industry concern that the science behind the next generation of vehicles could be turned against them. Cyber security is considered key to the rollout of tomorrow’s self-driving and today’s connected cars, which …

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Senators introduce SPY Act to prevent hacking of nation’s cars and trucks

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Published: July 22, 2015 | Washington. D.C., United States Two Democratic senators introduced legislation requiring federal standards to prevent hacking of the nation’s 250 million cars and trucks. Sens. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., and Ed Markey, D-Mass., unveiled legislation that would direct the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Federal …

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Senators’ unveiled legislation to set rules protecting driver security and privacy


Published: February 11, 2015 | Detroit, United States Two senators’ unveiled legislation to force the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Federal Trade Commission to set rules protecting driver security and privacy. Sens. Ed Markey, D-Mass., and Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., proposed the bill after Markey released a report Sunday …

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Are cars vulnerable to hacking: Now its Nissan and Chrysler?


Last year, when computer security researchers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek showed they could hijack the steering and brakes of a Ford Escape and a Toyota Prius with laptops connected to the cars, they raised two questions: Could hackers perform the same tricks wirelessly, or even over the Internet? And …

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