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New driverless car policy encourages security collaborations between rivals

by Chris Bing • 3 years ago

Newly released guidelines​ published by the Department of Transportation, Tuesday, intend to guide the development and deployment of driverless cars. Proper cybersecurity measures remain a central concern for the U.S. government when it comes to autonomous vehicles, experts say. As part of the guidance, the DOT is making an early push to shape the cybersecurity standards of tomorrow that will ultimately protect future vehicles from hackers.

This group’s new guide wants to prevent your car from being hacked

by Chris Bing • 3 years ago

The Automotive Information Sharing and Analysis Center, or Auto-ISAC — an information sharing organization at the center of the automobile industry’s efforts to improve vehicle cybersecurity — released new guidelines Friday for how manufacturers should approach digital security, including standards to disclose vulnerabilities and protect manufacturers’ supply chains.

Auto makers’ ISAC out with cyber best practices guide

by Shaun Waterman • 3 years ago

The Information Sharing and Analysis Council for the motor vehicle industry published a set of cybersecurity best practices Thursday.

Fiat Chrysler becomes first auto maker to offer bug bounty

by Shaun Waterman • 3 years ago

Auto giant Fiat Chrysler became the first major car manufacturer Wednesday to offer payments to hackers who find software flaws or other security vulnerabilities in their products, the company said.

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