Connected Cars


It may go without saying, but the security of the connected car must be powerful. The security weaknesses seen in many IoT devices must stop here. So add things like encryption to protect financial transactions, locations and the privacy of communications between driving and safety systems. [Read More]
by RSS Michael Xie  |  Feb 08, 2018  |  Filed in: Industry Trends
Hyperconverged systems are on the horizon, connecting new and existing environments in ways we may have never imagined. But careful planning can ensure that we make this transition smoothly and securely. It starts with insisting on open standards and integrated and interactive security systems designed to talk to each other, share information, identify and adapt to changes, and respond to events in a coordinated and collaborative fashion. [Read More]
by RSS Jonathan Nguyen-Duy  |  Jan 09, 2018  |  Filed in: Industry Trends
I recently bought a new car with all the bells and whistles. It warns me if I stray out of my lane. It warns me if there is a car in my blind spot. It has adaptive cruise control that slows down if a car pulls in front of me. When I back up, it alerts me of cross traffic, even pedestrians and dogs. It monitors road conditions and automatically enables all-wheel drive if roads are wet or conditions are cold or icy. And that’s just the start. It has collision detection, and automatic braking, and a fully connected entertainment and communications... [Read More]
by RSS Anthony Giandomenico  |  Feb 06, 2017  |  Filed in: Industry Trends