Mark Zachos, director of Vehicle Cyber Engineering Programs for University of Detroit Mercy, recently gave a presentation on vehicle cybersecurity threats to wheeled vehicle mechanic instructors at the Michigan National Guard‘s Regional Training Institute at the Fort Custer Training Center in Augusta, Michigan.

The Michigan National Guard, in partnership with the U.S. Army, Detroit Mercy and others is beginning to develop a training curriculum for vehicle cyber fault detection, diagnostics and remediation.

“Vehicle cybersecurity is a national priority for both military and commercial fleets and the military uses commercial transportation, making security extremely important,” Zachos said.

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