(IoT Tech News)
Muzaffar Khurram, IBB Consulting
January 20, 2017
With 75% of new cars expected to come equipped with wireless connectivity by 2020 according to BI Intelligence, these vehicles will ultimately become integral components of our digital world. More specifically, they will have a dominant role in the Internet of Things (IoT), with the potential to transform the driving experience.
This opportunity does not come without considerable risk, especially as connectivity expands to include untrusted networks and embedded automotive operating systems become more open. With passenger lives on the line, auto makers enter an expanding group of IoT stakeholders that must prioritise security at all costs, when it comes to identifying potential risks.
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