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We have heard a lot about connected cars being insecure and there are hackers out there with wide open eyeballs waiting to pounce on the opportunity should there be one.
Rivian is no different when it comes to Over-the-Air software updates and keyless entry and security system.

In the current cyber world, black web is growing like hell and what seems like the best security systems renders to be useless in front of the hackers.

Having said this, Rivian is smart enough in handling these nitty-gritties of connected cars, but only Time will tell.

What do you think?
 

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We have heard a lot about connected cars being insecure and there are hackers out there with wide open eyeballs waiting to pounce on the opportunity should there be one.
Rivian is no different when it comes to Over-the-Air software updates and keyless entry and security system.

In the current cyber world, black web is growing like hell and what seems like the best security systems renders to be useless in front of the hackers.

Having said this, Rivian is smart enough in handling these nitty-gritties of connected cars, but only Time will tell.

What do you think?
As long as Rivian is prepared to pay $5 million to any future cyber hackers the product should be safe and flow freely without disruptions...errr wait, maybe I am thinking about another company that has made news recently.
 

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Nothing “connected” and running software is 100% secure. I have confidence that Rivian is taking this seriously and will make the car as secure as reasonably possible. 100% secure? No. Secure enough for me not to stress out about it? Yes.
 
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