More car makers like GM are worried about their car technology getting hacked. Google's driverless car program has been legalized in Nevada and California will soon allow them on the roads, but are these cars at risk of getting hacked? IBM is working with Arxan to create programs to protect car systems. Even GM is trying to protect the internet of cars. Vince Arneja of Arxan explains why hackers want into your car and what they are doing to prevent it. It used to be you worried about your car being stolen, now you have to worry about you and your car's data getting stolen.

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