Paris Auto ShowAll 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
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.