The iconic American car manufacturer, General Motors, has opened its first bug bounty programme and the industry's second for connected cars but critics are not happy with the terms.
Jonathan Petit, principal scientist at Security Innovation Inc, showed off his new work on hacking automated vehicles through the car's sensors at Black Hat in Amsterdam.
SC sat down with Veracode's Chris Eng to talk about securing the internet of things and the future of cyber-regulation.
Tony Dyhouse of the Trustworthy Software Initiative sat down with SC Magazine to discuss car hacking and the automotive industry's blind-spot towards it.
A Jaguar XFR may have been stolen using hacking techniques increasingly seen on keyless cars.
Researchers in the US have established ways to hack the cars of Virginia State police.
Car hack exploit could enable criminals could take control of Jeep Cherokee over the internet
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