Grand theft auto has come a long way. A crook does not need a gun or a crowbar to steal a car. With some technical know how and an internet connection, a thief could unlock a car, or even disable its engine.
Intel Security’s ASRB (Automotive Review Security Board) has released its whitepaper on “Automotive Security Best Practices”, containing recommendations for building security into the design, fabrication, and operation phases of the automotive production process.
Below is an infographic summarizing key points of the whitepaper.