As vehicles fill up with more digital controls and Internet-connected devices, they’re becoming more vulnerable to cybercriminals, who can hack into those systems just like they can attack computers. Almost any digitally connected device in a car could become an entry point to the vehicle’s central communications network, opening a door for hackers to potentially take control by, for instance, disabling the engine or brakes.
Chester Dawson, WSJ Blogs
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From theTexas Trial Lawyers Association news release.