David Uze on The New Jeep Hack: Connected Cars are still exposed

Trillium Incorporated’s CEO David Uze, was recently featured in a EE times piece, discussing the alarming consequences that failure to recognise the need that automotive security has can have – The industry needs to understand how big a threat hacks are, even when it is performed through a connecting to a  OBD-II Port

 “For example, when you bring your car to a repair shop and leave it for a little while, there is always a chance that an independent access could be made to your vehicle, with someone leaving a hard-to-spot, small device attached to the OBD-II port.”

A software based, layered approach is the best way to future proof cybersecurity and to divert hacks – regardless of point of entry.