Cybersecurity Trends in 2022

By Eyal Dorfman Cybersecurity has become a watchword of the 2020s. With the boom in work-from-home sparked by the global health crisis, alongside the ever-evolving role of technology in our daily lives, robust cybersecurity has become a cornerstone of how Read More …

Automotive giant Denso confirms hack, Pandora ransomware group takes credit

Denso has confirmed a cyberattack impacting the firm’s German operations. The company is a global supplier of automotive components, including those developed for autonomous vehicle features, connectivity, and mobility services. Denso says that its technologies are used in “almost all Read More …

Examining Log4j Vulnerabilities in Connected Cars and Charging Stations

Since its disclosure on Dec. 9, a vast number of articles have been written on the remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability in the library Apache Log4j — a reflection of its impact. The library is used by innumerable programs to Read More …

Volvo Cars discloses security breach leading to R&D data theft

Swedish carmaker Volvo Cars has disclosed that unknown attackers have stolen research and development information after hacking some of its servers. “Volvo Cars has become aware that one of its file repositories has been illegally accessed by a third party,” Read More …

The Evolution of Connected Cars as Defined by Threat Modeling UN R155-Listed Attack Vectors

The United Nations Regulation No. 155 sets provisions for cybersecurity and cyber security management systems in vehicles. A notable section of the document is Annex 5, which lists 69 attack vectors affecting vehicle cybersecurity. In order to help organizations comply Read More …