Take a crash course in the evolution of armored vehicles and physical security for assets on the move. While the first armored vehicles was built around 1870, advanced technologies have turned protection vehicles into sensing and surveillance machines.
Meet Issak Davidovich, Vice President of Research and Development at C2A Security. According to Davidovich, the implementation of driver assistance technologies and cybersecurity goes hand-in-hand, and the auto industry is taking its first steps on creating in-vehicle security standards. Here, we talk to him about what this means for automotive cybersecurity.
Holly Walters has been promoted to Chief Information Officer and Group Vice President of Information Systems for Toyota Motor North America. In her new role, Walters will oversee the company’s information systems, solutions and technology.
Travel is constantly evolving and there always seem to be new, easier and efficient ways to conduct business while on-the-go. However, as the industry evolves, it’s important for travelers and businesses to stay up-to-date on new services and best practices to efficiently communicate with employees and ensure overall safety.
On every single day from January 1, 2016, through December 31, 2018, an average of 209 vehicles were stolen across the U.S. because drivers left their keys or fobs in their vehicles making them attractive targets for thieves.