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A push for the less-hackable car

Discussion in 'CSO' started by RSS, Aug 22, 2016.

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    The auto industry now has at least a couple of “best practices” guide for cybersecurity.

    One, from the Automotive Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Auto ISAC), was released about a month ago, generated a flurry of stories that highlighted the group’s exhortations to automakers to start building security into their software from the ground up – from design through production.

    Another is from Intel Security, which released a white paper earlier this month titled "Automotive Security Best Practices," a set of, “recommendations for building security into the design, fabrication and operation phases of the automotive production process,” according to McAfee blogger Lorie Wigle (McAfee was acquired by Intel in 2011).

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