“Don’t Connect Your Phone to Rental Car” mentioned on CBS-Detroit Newsradio 850 Feldman Report

Data Breach

My article, “Don’t Connect Your Phone to Rental Cars” explained how rental cars (and your leased car!) can collect data from your smartphone which creates a vulnerability when the next driver takes the car.

The original post was a Business Advocate post at McDonald Hopkins.com, here.  It was also cross-posted on LinkedIn, where it garnered nearly 30k hits.

The Feldman Report on CBS Radio – Detroit also picked up the story and mentioned the article.

You can hear the Feldman Report discussing the issue, and the article, here, in their piece, “Hooking your smart phone up to your rental car – why its a bad idea.”

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