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Headaches likely to grow over auto cybersecurity concerns

Discussion in 'Network World' started by RSS, Apr 27, 2016.

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    The concerns around the cybersecurity of your car are likely magnify in the near term while experts try to figure out what can be done simply to eliminate risks.

    But while some short-term fixes may develop, forthcoming government auto cybersecurity standards won’t happen until at least 2018. Furthermore, technologies, such as message encryption and authentication, which can be used to secure and verify the legitimacy of communications occurring along in-vehicle networks—cannot be incorporated into existing vehicles. Rather, such technologies must be incorporated during the vehicle design and production process, which according to experts, will take approximately 5 years to complete, according to a report out this week by the Government Accountability Office.

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