How a Car Hack Attack Is Happening [Infographic]

Generally, we try not to pay attention to the flip side of the stuff we like. However, when it comes to our safety, it’s necessary to be aware.

It’s a known fact that the Internet of Things is developing fast involving more and more smart devices and various systems that make our life better. Vehicles are no exception. Naturally, connected cars gain their popularity among drivers in spite of the fact that it may be risky. Nowadays, the number of potential ways for a hacker to break a car’s security system is greater than ever. So, is it possible to avoid a car hack attack?

Arxan Technologies, software security and application protection company whose “mission is to help make the world’s applications universally secure and trusted,” put together an infographic showing how cybercriminals hack connected cars and how customers can reduce their risks and prevent a potential car hack attack.

As for the above-mentioned company’s tools, they try to prevent their customers’ car hack attack through obfuscation and other code protection techniques. So far, Arxan Technologies specialists say that 75% of cars will be connected within the next six years. 

Let’s have a look at the infographic below. Forewarned is forearmed.

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