Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Lueke reports on automotive cybersecurity at the GAO

Nancy Lueke (MURP '03), assistant director of the Physical Infrastructure Team at the U.S. Government Accountability Office, was given the task of drawing up a report on the threat level of automotive cybersecurity as Congress considers new legislation. Quoted by Wards Auto, Lueke says the office found automakers are concerned about direct-access soft spots inside the car, such as CD players and USB ports. But they are focused more on buttoning down remote access points, including telematics systems and cellular networks that could provide a path for hackers to access multiple vehicles at the same time.

View the full briefing here.
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