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The reality of hacking threats in connected car systems

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The integration of advanced technologies in vehicles has transformed them into hubs of personal and operational data, presenting new cybersecurity challenges such as hacking, data theft, and potential safety hazards. In an interview with Help Net Security, a director at IOActive discusses how manufacturers, government regulations, and consumers are adapting to these challenges. The integration of over-the-air updates and increased data connectivity has led to a shift in the role of cars, making them not just transportation tools but also repositories of valuable information, necessitating a focus on cybersecurity to safeguard against potential breaches and data compromise.

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