While autonomous driverless cars are still a work-in-progress connected cars and the IoT are becoming the norm. Whether that relates to communications infrastructure, on-board services for vehicle management, or mobile device connectivity, more and more new cars come equipped as standard with some sort of "connected" element. Typically the cost of new technology is in the buying price, but with modern cars it could be insurance hikes, loss of privacy, or even loss of life.
Ken Munro, Partner and Security Consultant and Pen Test Partners, breaks down the key technologies and examines the security implications for drivers, insurers and manufactures alike.
Viewers will learn about:
- The attack surface that a connected car presents
- What those attacks look like
- The implications for everyday drivers
- What manufacturers need to be doing
Track: Hacking the Connected Car