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Securing Connected Vehicles

The end-to-end cybersecurity strategy that protects connected vehicles.

With the expected surge in connected vehicles, cloud security remains critically important to passenger safety and well-being.

In fact, Gartner is predicting a quarter billion connected vehicles on the road by 2020.

The average modern car now features over 100 computers, all communicating with one another – often through the cloud. These connections increase the chances of cyberattacks, which can lead to accidents and cause extensive recalls.

We’ve joined forces with GuardKnox to provide an end-to-end cybersecurity strategy for the modern connected vehicle.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

•How to protect connected cars against cyberattacks
•Why encryption is so important for connected vehicles
•How to eliminate challenges when implementing security

Register/Join the webinar to learn how to prevent successful cyberattacks on connected vehicles.
Recorded Oct 30 2018 42 mins
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Dharminder Debisarun : Cybersecurity strategist for automotive Moshe Shlisel : CEO GuardKnox
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