Tag: automotive security

Sometime in the distant past, that thing in your driveway was a car.  However, the “connected car is already the third-fastest growing technological device after phones and tablets.”  The days when a Haynes manual, a tool kit, and a free afternoon/week to work on the car are fast becoming a distant memory. Our connected cars ...
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This blog post was written by Karl Klaessig. For more than a decade, in response to higher volumes of alerts, security information and event monitoring (SIEM) became an integral component of enterprise security programs. However, the increasing sophistication and complexity of attacks are driving the need for advanced analytics—beyond the log aggregation of older SIEM ...
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This week at the FOCUS’16 conference in Las Vegas, I shared perspectives on today’s changing threat landscape, how we must re-think cyber defense technologies, and McAfee's vision for thwarting the cyber-threats of tomorrow. In 2016, we saw significant cases of cyber activity from criminals, nation-states, and hacktivists. In each case, they’ve really upped their game. ...
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Despite headlines, hype, and hysteria, US government rightly chooses cybersecurity guidance over regulation. The Obama administration today unveiled its long-awaited safety policy for self-driving or automated vehicles (AVs). Despite the recent tragic death of a passenger travelling in a Tesla-built AV, and persistent discussions of spectacular cyber-sabotage scenarios, the government chose a wise, sober course ...
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