You may not realize it, but your car probably already has some self-driving technologies—even basic ones. For example, many of the newest cars have lane assist or park assist, which can help you avoid unintended lane violations or better ease into parking spots.

But those car assistance technologies depend on the internet and computers, and those are at risk of hacking. In fact, that’s one of the biggest concerns with the continued development of self-driving cars: how can thieves access them, and what will they do with the data? Vound Software compiled a detailed infographic to get you all the details.

Cybersecurity And Hacking Concerns For Today’s Cars And Tomorrow’s Driverless Vehicles


This infographic originally appeared on Vound Software’s Intella Blog

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