Hacking Under the Hood and Into Your Car
Automakers are making cars “smarter” by including more computerized features—but these features are also opening up cars to hackers. Security specialists Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek discuss how they were able to tap into car computer systems and control the horn, steering wheel, and even the brakes.
Charlie Miller is security engineer for Twitter in St. Louis, Missouri.
Chris Valasek is director of security intelligence at IOActive in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.