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The National Security Agency worries about how smart cars are getting Federal Drive with Tom Temin

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Anyone driving to the store to buy hamburger knows how vulnerable the nation's infrastructure has become to cyber attacks. Both the energy and food industries have been hit in recent weeks with ransomware. But what about cars and trucks themselves? The more they become rolling, connected computers, the more they'll attract cyber attacks. Now the National Security Agency has teamed up with Morgan State University to learn more about vehicular vulnerabilities. Joining the Federal Drive with details, the director of the Cybersecurity Assurance and Policy Center at Morgan State, professor Kevin Kornegay.

Anyone driving to the store to buy hamburger knows how vulnerable the nation's infrastructure has become to cyber attacks. Both the energy and food industries have been hit in recent weeks with ransomware. But what about cars and trucks themselves? The more they become rolling, connected computers, the more they'll attract cyber attacks. Now the National Security Agency has teamed up with Morgan State University to learn more about vehicular vulnerabilities. Joining the Federal Drive with details, the director of the Cybersecurity Assurance and Policy Center at Morgan State, professor Kevin Kornegay.

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