Cybersecurity

Connected Cars: Convenience vs. Security

Connected Cars: Convenience vs. Security

Cybersecurity, Insurance & Risk Management

As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to grow, cars, appliances, watches, and phones will more frequently communicate directly with each other without a person initiating the message. Your phone will tell your car you have an appointment and automatically load the directions to your meeting in the GPS. When you pull in the driveway, your furnace will warm your home, the lights will turn on, and the garage door will open. When it comes to the IoT, we are only limited by our imagination. Even with all of these advances, security continues to be a challenge. The more connected you are, the more opportunities hackers have to access the system. Click here to learn more about cybersecurity risks in connected cars.

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Reno, NV 89521
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Email: info@sfginc.com

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