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[…] Simply put, going forward, all vehicles must be secure by design. Cybersecurity should be embedded from the first stages of a car’s design, well before they’re manufactured. Treating cybersecurity as an afterthought is a surefire recipe for failure. As it is, there are millions of connected and semi-autonomous vehicles on the road with no cybersecurity that will require after-market cyber protection. Drop-in, hardware-based aftermarket solutions will be needed to adequately secure vehicles on the road. Ultimately, automakers must ensure that critical-safety systems in vehicles are not vulnerable to hackers’ exploitation techniques.