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Vehicle connectivity market to surpass US$1b by 2022
As the tech competition heats up, more manufacturers are adding vehicle-to-everything solutions into new vehicles.
Keysight solution helps prevent cyber-attacks on connected vehicles
Potential issues identified post-production, with the risk of recalls, cost orders of magnitude more to repair than when found during pre-deployment testing.
BlackBerry's security software protects 150 million vehicles
BlackBerry’s strong focus on vehicle cybersecurity has earned the company’s technology a place in more than 150 million cars on the road across the world.
Soon you could earn cryptocurrency as you drive
Jaguar Land Rover is trialling technology that could earn drivers cryptocurrency and rewards as they travel.
Your car is watching: Volvo to deploy tech to curb drink drivers
The company is introducing a driver monitoring and intervention technology capable of taking control of the car if it detects the driver is drunk or tired.
BMW awards Chinese security team's work in exposing connected vehicle vulnerabilities
When Chinese security researchers found vulnerabilities in BMW’s connected vehicles, BMW didn’t just fix the vulnerabilities, it awarded the team.
Automotive cybersecurity experts Trillium win award at CyberTech Asia
Trillium has been recognized at this year’s CyberTech Asia 2018 event in Singapore thanks to its cybersecurity suite for connected vehicles.
Ericsson & Argus Cyber Security embark on security collaboration for connected vehicles
Argus Cyber Security and Ericsson will provide intelligence-based cybersecurity to connected vehicles and automakers.
SAP brings MasterCard, HERE and Postmates to connected vehicle marketplace
SAP Vehicles Network connects vehicles to intelligent, automated services for parking, fueling, food, navigation and payment.