NAFA Fleet Management Association CEO Phil Russo announced a strategic partnership with the Auto-ISAC alliance of auto industry suppliers and automakers who are deeply concerned about vehicle cybersecurity. Phil says, “As part our agreement with Auto-ISAC, NAFA will have access to information, reports, webinars, workshops, and other educational tools we can share with you.”
Phil notes, “With today’s high-tech vehicles running on multiple computers and connected together through a maze of networks, it is possible to break into the vehicle’s command center. Hackers just have to find a hole somewhere to sneak in.”
We can all envision the dire ramifications of fleets being hacked. We applaud NAFA for joining this alliance that will shape the future of vehicle cybersecurity.
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