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Tesla plans to open-source its vehicle security software for free to other automakers for safer self-driving future

Fred Lambert | August 11, 2018

With the upcoming rise of self-driving and connected vehicles come an increased risk of hacking those vehicles with ill-intent.

Elon Musk thinks that Tesla’s vehicle security software is the best solution available and he plans to open-source it for free to other automakers for a safer self-driving future.

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Kryptowire Introduces the Market’s First Mobile Phone Firmware Vulnerability Feed

Kryptowire | August 10, 2018

Kryptowire discovered vulnerabilities in mobile device firmware and pre-installed mobile apps that pose a high risk for the mobile phone supply chain because they can expose consumer and enterprise data on purchase.

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Zingbox Identifies New Cybersecurity Threat for Cars and Drivers at DefCon 26

Zingbox | August 9, 2018

They managed to not only hypothetically but also practically infect with ransomware a car. “The fact that we can infect a car’s infotainment system and expose private data sheds light on an important vulnerability for manufacturers going forward,” said Regalado. Xu Zou said, has also recently hacked a Telepresence Robot, an IV pump and other medical devices.

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IoT Malware Discovered Trying to Attack Satellite Systems of Airplanes, Ships

Kelly Jackson Higgins | August 9, 2018

Ruben Santamarta was flying from Madrid to Copenhagen in November 2017 on a Norwegian Airlines flight when he decided to inspect the plane’s Wi-Fi network security. He launched Wireshark from his laptop and began monitoring the network. Little did he know what he was going to find.

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Waymo’s autonomous vehicles are driving 25,000 miles every day

Kirsten Korosec | July 20, 2018

Waymo, the former Google self-driving project that spun out to become a business under Alphabet, has driven 8 million miles on public roads using its autonomous vehicles.

This is great news for the automotive cybersecurity industry as more cars are being tested for real-time driving we will have a better understanding of the customer needs.

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Apple adds 11 cars to its California fleet of autonomous test vehicles

Kyle Wiggers | July 18, 2018

More and more autonomous cars take the high road and are being tested for multiple reasons. We believe that this is crucial to start a conversation in regards to cybersecurity practices on autonomous vehicles.

Project Titan, Apple’s secretive autonomous car program, is expanding. The Cupertino company has added 11 new test vehicles to its fleet in California, according to MacReports, boosting the total to 66. That’s up from 55 in May.

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