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Why the auto industry is the next ‘Big’ target for hackers

BY MICHAEL R. OVERLY. Big Data, connectivity, increasing complexity and industry interconnectivity leave the auto industry vulnerable to cybercrime

Given the exponential rise in security breaches and hacking activity in past few years, and the almost constant headlines in the press of “yet another major security breach”, information security should be a front burner issue for every business. While the automotive industry has, for the most part, avoided being a primary target for hackers in the past, having only faced research demonstrating “possible” attacks, that is likely to change in the near future.

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