“Bluetooth security for vehicles is directly linked to safety”
Norma Demonstrate Bluetooth Hacking into Car at 2018 Busan International Motor Show
Published: June 14th, 2018
Norma (CEO Jeong Hyeon-cheol) participated in ‘Busan International Motor Show 2018’ that was held at Bexco to demonstrate Bluetooth hacking of cars.
Norma hacked the Bluetooth of vehicle and vividly showed the scene of disconnection and malfunction in short period of time.
Norma also introduced a new concept vaccine called ‘IoT care’ that is developed to protect IoT devices from cyber threats.
Norma said “While the number of cars connected to Bluetooth is increasing and the potential victims for hackers are increasing, the security for the safety of drivers and passengers is weak”. Norma also pointed out that the process of patching the vulnerabilities after not being able to prevent security accidents with regular inspection is repeating.
Norma also introduced IoT Care, a vaccine of new concept that has functions of Bluetooth inspection of vehicles and security of IoT.
Norma’s IoT Care is a product developed to protect IoT devices connected to wireless network that is used by domestic users who use set-top boxes from security threats.