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All Connected Cars Will Be Hacked, Says Auto Cybersecurity Executive
Ofer Ben-Noon, CEO of Automotive Cybersecurity Company Argus, spoke Tuesday at a conference on innovation held by Calcalist at the Mondial de l'Automobile auto show in Paris
Hagar Ravet | 14:36 04.10.2018
The team of automotive cybersecurity company Argus Cyber Security Ltd. has managed to hack into every connected car they've targeted, according to Argus CEO Ofer Ben-Noon. All connected cars will be hacked eventually, he added. To deal with this result companies need to understand what the threat landscape in real-time and take immediate action, he said. Ben-Noon spoke at a conference on innovation held jointly by Calcalist and events firm Connecting Leaders Club at the Mondial de l'Automobile auto show in Paris. Israel-headquartered Argus develops software that detects and prevents digital interferences with critical auto systems by monitoring in-car communications. Founded in 2013, the company was acquired in 2017 by German car part manufacturer Continental AG.