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EU agency hones in on cybersecurity and connected cars

Publication date: 05 November 2015

The European cybersecurity agency, ENISA, is putting together a team of experts to start working on connected cars next year.


Following the high-profile experimental hacking of a Jeep this summer in the US, ENISA is beefing up its research staff to focus on security and the Internet of Things, including technologies that connect cars, homes and energy supplies to the internet.


ENISA plans to start meetings early next year with car manufacturers, suppliers of software for cars and national agencies responsible for cybersecurity. ENISA director Udo Helmbrecht has stated that the agency will first draft security recommendations aimed at manufacturers and may put together suggestions for legislation on connected cars in 2017.


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