“For several years now, car companies have been adding software and computer and Internet capabilities to their automobiles, but they may not have been putting the same level of care into the security,” said Kurt Opsahl, deputy executive director of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a nonprofit civil rights group in San Francisco that represents the security research community.

“Cars are really just an example of issues arising from the Internet of Things, where more and more objects are being connected,” Opsahl added.

Thursday, August 6, 2015
The Orange County Register