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A Self-Defense Strategy for Vehicular Cybersecurity



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Providing cybersecurity protection is the next frontier for the automotive industry, and developers are rethinking system design.

Many companies are employing “white hat” security experts to probe for weak points. But these approaches are not enough. Security specialists TowerSec suggest developers create “smart” firewalls and systems that can detect and deflect attacks.

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