'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.

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Toyota data breach affects up to 3.1 million customers

by Sean Lyngaas • 2 months ago

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

by Greg Otto • 3 months ago

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

by Sean Lyngaas • 3 months ago

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

by Zaid Shoorbajee • 4 months ago

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

by Greg Otto • 8 months ago

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

by Sean Lyngaas • 8 months ago

The same group may have been behind the ticketmaster breach in the UK.

Automotive companies are warming up to vulnerability disclosure programs

by Sean Lyngaas • 10 months ago

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

by Greg Otto • 1 year ago

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

by Shaun Waterman • 1 year ago

Major email service providers are teaming up with large corporations like to develop a new email security standard.

Hoping to fill a global void, private companies push for 'cyber norms'

by Chris Bing • 1 year ago

Private technology companies are hoping to fill a void left by governments that have continued to face international road blocks to create cyber norms.

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