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Auto Industry Bulletins Cyber Security Technology

Nearly a third of Canadian auto parts makers have experienced a cyber breach, new survey finds

APMA’s Institute for Automotive Cybersecurity and KPMG in Canada join forces on cyber preparedness survey   TORONTO, Nov. 16, 2020 — Nearly a third (30 per cent) of Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ As...

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Cyber security company moves headquarters to Windsor

Dave Waddell, Windsor Star September 17, 2020 The Windsor region’s bid to become a significant player in cyber security in the auto mobility sector got a boost this week with the decision by Vehiqilla Inc. to m...

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Automotive cybersecurity company moving its headquarters to Windsor-Essex

Melanie Borrelli, CTV Windsor News September 15, 2020 WINDSOR, ONT. — An automotive cybersecurity company has announced its decision to move its headquarters to Windsor-Essex. Vehiqilla Inc. is expected t...

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Auto companies risk exposing private data as working from home continues

Stephanie Wallcraft, Automotive News Canada September 14, 2020 Remote workers could be exposing their employers to contractual violations and legal disputes if they are not correctly handling sensitive informa...

APMA Webinar: Best Practices for Securing Manufacturing Technology

Click here for the Webinar Recording As we are on the path to embrace digital manufacturing practices and creating digital assets, how much attention do we as manufacturers invest on securing it? The underlying...