Overly Quoted on Automotive Cybersecurity Concerns

31 March 2016 Automotive World News
Partner Michael Overly was quoted in an Automotive World article, “Cyber Security Goes Proactive with Bug Bounties,” on March 31, 2016. The article discussed the risk of security threats in vehicles as connectivity increases. Overly shared insights on how the automotive industry is tackling hacks, including the use of bug bounty programs, which are designed to locate cybersecurity gaps in vehicles, websites and software. He was quoted saying, “The automotive industry is realizing that these theoretical demonstrations that have occurred in the past could potentially become real world risks. They realize they need to act quickly, and they are doing just that.”

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