cybersecurityOn behalf of your new Buick Car Dealership in Thunder Bay Ontario, we have found a great subject to settle onto in our reporting.  I know no one who isn’t at least remotely interested in the safety of vehicles from an electronic perspective and when it comes to today’s new Buick cars and other new cars, trucks and SUVs on the market, cybersecurity is a real thing.  Many entities in the industry are working to secure your car from cyber-attack.  That is nothing that any of us worried about just ten short years ago, yet with technology abound, it becomes a valid concern in today’s new car world.

In a recent online article, we learn the following and have our suspicions comfirmed, “Vehicles have notoriously been vulnerable to attack from various sources. These have varied from the equipment, endpoints, and communication being insecure to open ports. Regardless of the source, these have historically and continue to provide ample attack surfaces for those with malicious intent.”

Engineers in the automotive industry have attacked this issue from the defensive end as far as the new car industry is concerned; we found this to be true in all that we read on behalf of your New Buick Car Dealership in Thunder Bay ON. “The information security engineers have reviewed the data flow, endpoints, and other equipment to write and apply the specifications to the vehicles and vendors. Where needed, these specifications are updated as technology advances.”  Unfortunately, not all auto engineers and manufacturers are viewing the problem with a serious tone.   “The issue with this position has been systemic with certain auto manufacturers. Info sec has been treated as an afterthought, brought in late during the project.”   This can pose a rather large issue with new Buick cars and SUVs in Thunder Bay.  It can be a problem with any car in the manufacturing stage as the technology must be switched up after the fact to produce a more secure vehicle.