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Some ELDs May Present Cybersecurity Risk

Electronic logging devices may be a security threat – especially lower-cost devices from smaller providers, according to Glenn Atkinson, Geotab vice president, product safety, speaking at the 2018 Geotab Connect conference in Ontario, Canada.

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University of Tulsa to Develop Truck Cybersecurity Device

A group of vehicle cyber security organizations is developing a hardware device that will prevent the hacking of heavy trucks through ELDs.

ATA Launches Fleet Data Management and Cybersecurity Conference

American Trucking Associations’ Technology and Maintenance Council will be hosting a new event called the Fleet Data Management and Cybersecurity Conference, addressing best practices in fleet data management and cybersecurity.

Denso Brings Autonomous Vehicle Research and Development to Israel

Denso Corporation has launched a satellite research and development team in Israel, aimed at accelerating advanced technologies such as automated driving, cybersecurity and artificial intelligence.

ATA Offering Members a Cybercrime Reporting Tool

The American Trucking Associations has launched the Fleet CyWatch service for reporting cybercrimes that affect fleet operations.

How Secure is Your ELD?

Ever since the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration opened up its self-certification registration system for mandatory electronic logging devices, there have been a number of new-entrant companies offering ELDs – but how confident can you be that those devices are safe from hacking or data breaches?

Can Trucks be Hacked?

Does trucking face a cyber-threat resulting from weaknesses in the electronic architecture of its trucks? From part eight of our Trucking in the 21st Century series.

Cyber Security: Connect at Your Own Risk

How fleets can enjoy greater connectivity without risking more cyber attacks. Part eight of our Trucking in the 21st Century series.

Terror by Truck: It's Happened Again

Someone in Stockholm, Sweden, crashed a delivery truck into a crowded department store, killing at least three. It's been described as an act of terror, but it may also have been a crime of opportunity. In his On the Road blog, Equipment Editor Jim Park asks: Are we ready to prevent or defend against such an attack?