E r penetrated a game app, logged into protected company networks, installed a Trojan and also repeated a hacker attack in an Apple environment that is considered to be particularly secure. And all of this was transferred to the big screen so that every car manager could see how easy it is to break into protected areas.
And why should the car be safer there? 'Imagine if you could hack the braking technology of the Golf and the cars would cause accidents?', Schreiber painted a terrifying scenario on the wall. 'For example, with ABS only working on the right tire.' Not a good prospect. A scenario with blackmail potential.should. In any case, the manufacturers want to get access to the technical data of the cars. Bednarsch: 'They are important in order to develop cars further.'
HUK board member Heitmann underlined that, for example, wear data on a car and the information that certain car parts need to be replaced arouse desire interested in technical data such as wear data. For example ATU, not just the manufacturer itself. ”
But in the end, BMW data protection officer Bednarsch once again appealed for trust in local manufacturers. 'The business model of at least the German manufacturers is not collecting and selling data, but driving a car. There are other companies who want to design the car to collect data above all.' Greetings to Apple and Google.