As cars get more connected and convenient, IT security risks increase apace. Andy Greenberg with Wired magazine provided a disturbing glimpse into the future of cyberattacks against connected cars.
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IT behemoth Cisco and auto parts supplier Continental this week demostrated a proof-of-concept connected car at a Traverse City, Mich., auto research conference.
Researchers were able to hack into a car computer and gain control over the steering, acceleration and braking function at the Def Con hacker conference.
The Ethernet could serve as the backbone to the electronic architecture connecting domains and sub networks that require higher bandwidth and also cater to consumers' need for high-speed connectivity in their vehicles, according to Frost & Sullivan.
Deutsche Telekom, Sprint and Vodafone top the rankings of carriers in the connected car market, according to the latest report from Informa Telecoms & Media.
The connected car market is expected to reach €40 billion ($53 billion) in 2018, up from €13 billion ($17 billion) in 2012, according to research by SBD on behalf of GSMA.