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Automotive cybersecurity critical focus for safety of passengers


  • The rising need for automotive cybersecurity will trigger investments, and the market is expected to grow to US$9.7 billion in 2030
  • There are currently no specific regulations in the US around automotive cybersecurity
  • Experts have warned that automakers are behind the curve when adopting cybersecurity best practices 

Automotive cybersecurity is going to be vital for automakers as the industry races to build more autonomous, connected cars and electric vehicles. However, experts have warned that automakers are behind the curve when adopting cybersecurity best practices.

As cars become more connected and dominate the agenda of automotive industry leaders in recent years, they’re also becoming increasingly susceptible to cyberattacks.

Vulnerabilities expose need for automotive cybersecurity

Recent vulnerabilities surfaced in Honda and Acura’s cars through the communication with its remote keyless entry function. According to researchers, easily intercepted radio signals from the wireless entry key fob on almost any Acura vehicle could

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‘Sell in May and Go Away’ Could Be the Best Strategy This Year


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A trader at the New York Stock Exchange.

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This could be the year to follow the adage: Sell in May and go away.

It was a pretty lousy holiday-shortened week. The

S&P 500

dropped 2.1%. The

Nasdaq Composite

fell 2.6%. The

Dow Jones Industrial Average

was the relative winner, slipping just 0.8%.

The reasons are pretty simple. War, inflation, disease, and the Federal Reserve’s newfound determination to put the brakes on rising prices are all ratcheting up uncertainty and hurting investor sentiment. It’s a lot to digest. Maybe it’s best just to give up—for a while.

“Markets discount three things. Earnings and rates, of course. But the third is conviction about those inputs,” says DataTrek co-founder Nicholas Colas. “It’s a fancy way of saying [the] markets hate uncertainty.”

“We’ve already got a fair amount of uncertainty,” adds Colas. “But can we really know

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Affordable EVs? How 2023 Toyota BZ4X measures up in price to other electric crossovers


Drive impressions and pricing are in for the 2023 Toyota BZ4X, which is Toyota’s first battery electric vehicle since the RAV4 EV was discontinued in 2014. Much has changed in that time, and while Toyota has remained the hybrid leader, it’s now playing catchup to rival electric crossovers, including the Ford Mustang Mach-E, Volkswagen ID.4, Hyundai Ioniq 5, Kia EV6, and the Tesla Model Y, not to mention smaller electrics that have been on sale for years, such as the Nissan Leaf and Chevy Bolt EV. 

Developed in partnership with Subaru, and a near twin to the related 2023 Subaru Solterra, the BZ4X compact crossover heralds the first of seven planned Toyota models with the BZ, or “Beyond Zero,” naming convention. Standard with single-motor front-wheel-drive or available with dual-motor all-wheel-drive, the 2023 BZ4X follows Toyota’s traditionally conservative approach to new vehicle technology.

Instead of rewriting the book on

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Arbe to Present at Bank of America Securities Global Automotive Summit


TEL AVIV, Israel, April 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Arbe Robotics Ltd. (Nasdaq: ARBE) (“Arbe”), a global leader in next-generation 4D Imaging Radar Solutions, today announced that Kobi Marenko, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer will be participating in-person at the Bank of America Securities 2022 Global Automotive Summit on Tuesday, April 12, 2022.

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Presentation/Webcast details are as follows:
Date: April 12, 2022
Presentation Time: 11:20 a.m. ET

The archived presentation can be accessed from Arbe’s Investor Relations website, please visit Arbe’s IR calendar.

About Arbe

Arbe (Nasdaq: ARBE), a global leader in next-generation 4D Imaging Radar Chipset Solutions, is spearheading a radar revolution, enabling truly safe driver-assist systems today while paving the way to full autonomous driving. Arbe’s imaging radar is 100 times more detailed than any other radar on the market and is a mandatory sensor for Level 2+ and

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