'Small stickers' were enough to trick a Tesla's autopilot to drive into the wrong lane
By placing three stickers over road markings, researchers caused the Tesla to move to the wrong side of the road.
Toyota data breach affects up to 3.1 million customers
The breach, which affected Toyota Tokyo Sales Holding Inc. and its affiliated enterprises, was the second high-profile cybersecurity incident at Toyota in as many months.
Researchers found a way to hack those ubiquitous electric scooters
A researcher with San Francisco-based Zimperium discovered a way to manipulate a Xiaomi M365 scooters via the device's Bluetooth connection.
D.C. Metro system beefs up supply-chain cybersecurity provisions for new railcars
U.S. senators have raised security concerns about a new Metro railcar project. The NIST cybersecurity framework will be part of the process now, the transit authority says.
Schneider Electric's car charging stations get crucial patches
Hardcoded credentials and two other flaws could give hackers remote access to EVlink charging stations. Schneider Electric has issued firmware updates to fix the problems.
Uber to pay $148 million to states for 2016 data breach
The incident revealed sensitive information on 57 million users, and the company kept the hack secret for more than a year.
Researchers implicate online card-skimming group in British Airways hack
The same group may have been behind the ticketmaster breach in the UK.
Automotive companies are warming up to vulnerability disclosure programs
The automotive industry is looking to step up its collaboration with cybersecurity researchers to identify software and hardware bugs after a watershed 2015 hacking demo.
The fear over WannaCry is still very real
The incident at Boeing looks like a tempest in a teapot. But the sting of WannaCry will be with us for years to come.
DMARC 2.0? New BIMI standard will help fight spoofing and phishing
Major email service providers are teaming up with large corporations like to develop a new email security standard.