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Shutting the door to hackers

Cyber attacks and the threat to V2X systems will be considered part of the essential safety protection of vehicles, in the same way that functional safety and physical threats already are

With the BMW security scare raising concerns that wireless technologies are leaving vehicles exposed to security threats, many automotive companies are beginning to take a closer look at how to make the connected car, and its data, more secure.

In 2015, cyber attacks and the threat to V2X systems will be considered part of the essential safety protection of vehicles, in the same way that functional safety and physical threats already are. 

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