Popular SoC Boards Have An Unpatchable Security Flaw, Leaving Many Automotive, Industrial And Military Components At Risk

Researchers conducting a routine security audit recently discovered two serious security flaws within a popular brand of System on a Chip (SoC) boards. The security vulnerability undermines secure boot capabilities. What’s most concerning is the fact that the SoC is Read More …

RMIT develops AI program to manage road signs infrastructure

Scientists at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) have developed a proof-of-concept program that can monitor the condition of street signs using Google Street View images. The program uses artificial intelligence (AI) to identify street signs from the Google Read More …

Driverless cars to be rolled out on UK roads by end of 2019, government announces

‘Key priority must be ensuring cyber security defences are deployed so this fantastic, ground-breaking technology does not fall victim to hackers,’ one cyber security expert warns Self-driving cars without a human supervisor will be tested on public roads in the UK by Read More …

Your New Car Is A Hacker Magnet – Automotive Industry Disconnect To Blame

The car that you drive today is a far cry from those of just a decade ago and in many ways is now an internet-connected computer on wheels. This push towards connectivity and smart-motoring has seen the automotive manufacturing industry Read More …

Critical Bug Patched in Schneider Electric Vehicle Charging Station

Vulnerability in electric car charging stations could allow attackers to compromise devices. Schneider Electric is warning about a critical vulnerability in its EVLink Parking devices – a line of electric vehicle charging stations. The energy management and automation giant said Read More …

Cloud, cars and IoT could change grid cybersecurity

The proliferation of connected devices including electric cars could provide grid operators with an operational view of cybersecurity threats and change the way the grid is secured, said Karen Evans, assistant secretary of the Energy Department’s Office of Cybersecurity, Energy Read More …