Harman CEO: Driverless cars are security nightmare

“Now you are starting to bring in good data and good well intentions, but the bad guys are also eyeing it. They want to have a pile-up; this is like a terrorist attack. This is big mayhem waiting to happen, unless we do something,” said Paliwal. Red Bend will provide a solution to hacking worries in driverless cars, by updating the software and firmware apps as needed. It will also provide a virtualization of cybersecurity software as an added layer, based on technology that is utilized in banks currently.