Unless you have had your head buried in the sand these last few weeks, you will have seen the headlines covering the recent spate of cyber security breaches in vehicles that have exposed the vulnerability of todays connected vehicles to villainous hackers!
Whilst much of this media attention has been focussed on the consumer vehicle, there is a much more lucrative target for hackers, the fleet vehicle. With more value per vehicle and much more data available, it’s not hard to see why a hacker would target a vulnerable fleet vehicle.
So what are the differences between a hack on the vehicle you or I drive and fleets, and where do the vulnerabilities lie? TU-Automotive conducted a Q&A with MIT, Continental, Omnitracs and Axinn to provide you with their thoughts on just this.
Find out what they had to say here: tu-auto.com/fleet security
They provide exclusive insights into the impact of hacking on the fleet industry to help you understand the threat facing fleet vehicles and what can be done to secure the connected fleet