The future of secure autonomous vehicles starts today. But the auto industry has to overcome some challenges, like shifting left and building security in.
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The world is clamoring for connected vehicles, even with their persistent cyber security and privacy issues. What does the future of V2X have in store?
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Even though auto software security is important to the industry, a new report shows that the lack of resources means connected cars can be dangerously unsafe.
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In the automotive industry, security is safety. And auto software security testing, like all security testing, needs to shift left to be effective.
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Connected car security is a priority of the automotive industry, according to a recent report. But the shortage of resources and skills is a challenge.
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Automotive cyber security is a high-stakes endeavor, as software vulnerabilities in connected cars can threaten lives. A new report reveals industry concerns.
The September GAO cybersecurity report stated that there are about 1,000 outstanding recommendations for automotive, military, and IoT security, among others.
The automotive industry runs on software—but increased software increases the attack surface. Vehicle safety starts with automotive software security.
Taylor Armerding, Synopsys Software Integrity Group senior strategist, gives you the scoop on application security and insecurity in this week’s Security Mashup. What’s in this week’s Security Mashup, you ask? Dude, don’t take my Tesla! Plus Tor Browser zero-day (already wiped away), and you’ve got malware (if you fall for it!). Watch this week’s episode here: