The Cybersecurity Blind Spots Of Connected Cars

Technology has accelerated the pace in which vehicles provide mobility and convenience. Nowadays, it’s common for connected cars to let their users have instant access to navigation and traffic data, play desired media content, and get up-to-the-minute weather and collision alerts, among other capabilities — thanks to connected technologies such as vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication and various internet-powered applications and services.

Connected cars are becoming more and more common. There will be 152 million connected cars worldwide before 2020 comes to a close, according to one forecast, while the number of connected cars will reach 700 million in 10 years, according to another. Autonomous or self-driving cars are estimated to account for 10% of automobile purchases by 2034.

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Source: Trend Micro