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Minister Warns of Driverless Car Hacking? Let’s Address Legal Issues First

by Raimund Genes

Transport minister Claire Perry warned this week that hackers may look to disrupt driverless car systems in the future for political or economic ends. “The more we move to technologically assisted forms of transport, whether it’s smart motorways or driver assisted vehicles, there is also a risk of cyber hacking – so we are mindful of that,” she told the Commons transport committee. Continue reading

The Future Now: Why Firms Need to Get a Secure Grip on Wearables

by Raimund Genes

The use of wearable technology in the UK workplace is soaring, according to a new study we just published in conjunction with Vanson Bourne. Over two-thirds (69%) of enterprise IT leaders say staff bring wearables to work and 91% claim these numbers will increase over the coming year. But what about the privacy and corporate information security risks involved? Will wearables turn BYOD into an unmanageable security blackhole? And what additional security steps might be necessary to lock down risk in this area?

We held a roundtable discussion yesterday to find out. Continue reading