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What if the next large-scale hack involved your vehicle instead of your security camera?

But my vehicle doesn’t connect to the internet….Are you sure? Statista estimates 40% of vehicles connect to the internet as of 2019 in the US (that’s 2 out of every 5 vehicles capable of accessing the internet!), and this is expected to rise to 74% (3 out of 4 vehicles) by 2023.

Even if you are not using in-car wifi, you might be using an entertainment system, or your car might be updating apple car play software. All of these need the internet. And even if you are not actively…




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Skanda Vivek

Skanda Vivek

Scientist at the interface of data science, cybersecurity, and society.

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