The Black Hat information security conference couldn't come at a better time with recent automotive hacks putting the industry on notice. Autoblog's Adam Morath reports, with commentary from Pete Bigelow, on this edition of Autoblog Minute.
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[00:00:00] The Black Hat information security conference couldn't come at a better time with recent automotive hacks putting the industry on notice. I'm Adam Morath and this is your Autoblog Minute.

The annual Black Hat conference is underway in Las Vegas, where an extra emphasis will be placed on automotive security. Autoblog's Pete Bigelow is attending the conference and joins us to discuss these brave new [alt] issues facing the industry.

[00:00:30] [PETE BIGELOW INTERVIEW]

Recent Uconnect and OnStar hacks have shown the industry's general lack of preparation for tech threats. Strides need to be made if automakers expect customers to entrust their precious cargo in digitally vulnerable vehicles.

[00:01:30] For Autoblog, I'm Adam Morath.

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