Something I whole heartedly agree with as this has been a concern for quite some time. From what I'm seeing in the article, it appears that manufacturers AND Congress are pretty clueless when it comes to concerns on computer security in vehicles. And when you have companies like Google touting driverless vechicles (and the resulting clueless masses who think it's a great idea), failure to take computer security into consideration just makes for a potential nightmare. We already have thieves using computerized methods of gaining access to vehicles in order to take anything of value. It doesn't take much of an imagination to see that as vehicles come to rely on computerized input for safety, why hardening those systems becomes paramount.