Why hack connected vehicles?

This e-book details what motivates automotive criminal hackers and how they go about realizing their goals.

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One used to think of a hacker as a lone wolf, up in the early hours of the morning, crafting the perfect hack to wreak havoc across the world. 

Reality is very different. Criminal hackers work like any other business, as part of commercial - albeit illegal - networks, with clear business models. We have come a long way from the lone hacker stereotype. 

This e-book details what motivates automotive criminal hackers and how they go about realizing their goals. 

It is a valuable read for product directors, developers, and senior management within vehicle OEMs and Tier-1 suppliers who are responsible for developing vehicle ECUs, IVI systems, and other connected components and who want to understand how to avoid being caught up in a cyberattack.

Download this whitepaper to read the full report.