David Friedman, acting administrator for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, wants the automobile industry to establish an information sharing system to communicate security threats. As more and more vehicles are connected to the Internet, security researchers are becoming more concerned about unaddressed security threats.
How can automakers address these new attack surfaces?
Listen to our latest security slice podcast and hear Tim Erlin, Lamar Bailey and Craig Young discuss the need for an automotive industry ISAC, why higher-end models are more likely to security risks and what will need to happen in order to make security a priority for the car-buying public.
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