News and information about vehicle cybersecurity and its application in the Canadian market for autonomous vehicles, connected vehicles and electric vehicles.
How connected vehicles and smart traffic infrastructure offer a roadmap to make cities safer
The potential of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS) — or V2X (Vehicle-to-everything) technology — to enable safer, smarter transportation in Canada is immense. Experts in our recent webinar weigh in on the promise and pitfalls
Deloitte Canada report challenges auto sector to address growing cybersecurity risk from connected vehicles
With cybersecurity incidents involving connected, autonomous, shared and electric vehicles on the rise, a Deloitte Canada report outlines the risks and lays out a strategy showing industry stakeholders how they can meet their responsibilities to ensure a safe mobility ecosystem
Adopting Demand Responsive Transit improves access for travellers with specialized mobility needs
Headlines boast quick adoption of electric vehicles and advancement of autonomous driving capabilities, but in the race to procure the most advanced mobility technology, are we forgetting about those with mobility challenges?
With the launch of Canada’s national Cyber Security Innovation Network, EV security solutions surface as area of potential need
The federal government has selected the National Cybersecurity Consortium to head up its four-year, $160-million Cyber Security Innovation Network, with a focus that includes critical infrastructure and networks — two areas with implications for EV security and adoption
We are behind in automotive cybersecurity in Canada. What now?
As more vehicles plug in, connect to the internet and swap data, a cybersecurity knowledge gap is emerging in Canada that is putting us years behind the rest of the world and which stakeholders aren’t addressing fast enough
Cybersecurity for AVs is focus of a new UWaterloo-Magna research project
With $1.6 million in combined funding from the two partners and the federal government, researchers from the University of Waterloo will be seeking solutions to a critical industry challenge: securing autonomous vehicles against cyberattacks
Inside the world of the people keeping “smart” transportation safe
Not all hackers set out to cause disruption. AUTOCRYPT’s resident white hat hacker, Dr. Jonghyuk Song, explains the roles of red teams and blue teams and why the entire automotive ecosystem needs to be secured