Hack and Track

In this digital age we live in, functionality and convenience have facilitated the nonstop adoption of push-button technology. Rapid development, availability and affordability have spurred wide use of tech systems from a crawl to a sprint.

From remotely operating the security alarms and other systems in our homes and businesses to vehicles that no longer need keys and respond to a variety of voice commands - our daily activities relentlessly pour digital info into "the cloud."

Many of these systems are touted to the masses for their ability to keep us and our belongings safe and secure from criminals. Most users don't fully realize that there's a virtual realm that can be exploited. That has potential to put them at serious risk when they put their safety and security in the hands of technology.

Hackers, trackers - how do they fit into the world of transportation cyber crimes? And could they be part of the fix?