Car hacker sought by Canadian military
Rob ColmanNews Data Security
The Canadian military is looking for a car hacker to hack into its vehicles to test how vulnerable they are to cyberattacks.
A tender notice posted Tuesday on the Canadian government’s procurement site says the Department of National Defence is looking for bidders who can assess a vehicle, find vulnerabilities and develop and demonstrate attacks on the vehicle.
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