Self-Driving Vehicles Could Become Targets For Hack Attacks

Posted on June 2, 2015
U.S. security firms Mission Secure Inc (MSi) and Perrone Robotics Inc say the new self-driving technology elements (cameras, a radar, sonar, LiDAR and everything else a driverless car needs) which were meant to make the cars safe and reliable, could end up leaving them vulnerable to hacker strikes. article here

Related Topics: driverless cars, mobile technology, passenger safety, Safety, self-driving vehicles, vehicle safety

Comments ( 1 )
  • Ron Franks

     | about 5 years ago

    first LCT attacks Uber but now realize this $50bn high tech co. is unstoppable with heavy public support, now it's driverless cars which will happen and cut into traditional taxi & limo revenue. LCT the old lawn chair sitting man of the hood chasing kids of the lawn.The future can not be stopped.

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