Overview of automotive threat incidents through the lens of WP.29
Brokenwire Hack Disrupts Charging of Electric Vehicles
Charging Port Opener Attack
Vulnerability in Remote Keyless Systems
Cuba Ransomware Group’s Attack on an Auto Parts Manufacturer
Rook Ransomware’s Attack on an Automotive Parts Company
LockBit Ransomware’s Attack on a Tire Manufacturing Company
Previous threat studies
Examining Log4j Vulnerabilities in Connected Cars and Charging Stations
This entry looks into how Log4j vulnerabilities affect devices or properties embedded in or used for connected cars, specifically chargers, in-vehicle infotainment systems, and digital remotes for opening cars.
A Roadmap to Secure Connected Cars: Charting the WP.29's UN Regulation No. 155
As connected cars become more commonplace, the UN Regulation No. 155 sets guidelines to ensure cybersecurity in vehicles. This research assesses the risks of its highlighted attack vectors and looks beyond its scope to identify top priorities.
In Transit, Interconnected, at Risk: Cybersecurity Risks of Connected Cars
The use of connected cars continues to grow. While the vehicles’ link to technologies such as 5G and the cloud presents opportunities for improving efficiency and safety, it can also attract risks from threat actors as well.
A Ride on Taiwan’s Self-Driving Bus
This blog entry follows a ride on the self-driving bus now being tested in Taiwan and shares security insights.
The Cybersecurity Blind Spots of Connected Cars
Connected cars face a range of ever-increasing and ever-progressing cyberthreats. This research provides an in-depth examination of the risks connected cars might run into.
ISO/SAE 21434: Securing Tomorrow's Connected Cars
The upcoming standard sets the tone for future mandates for the cybersecurity of cars.