How connected cars introduce new cybersecurity challenges

When it comes to the cybersecurity of new vehicles on the road, several converging trends should give us pause.

Though the automotive industry is working to meet the inherent cybersecurity challenges of “connected cars,” policymakers and consumers should also be aware of them because resolving them and gaining consumer acceptance is crucial to the commercial success of this automotive sector.

What are these trends and their implications?

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