Today's drivers are eager for seamless connectivity in the car but recent automotive cyber-attacks have raised serious security concerns. To help mitigate cyber-security risks associated with connected cars while also encouraging technological progression and innovation, Intel today announced the creation of the Automotive Security Review Board (ASRB) made of automotive security experts. ASRB researchers will conduct cyber-security research for Intel's automotive platform. The member with the most impactful contribution will be awarded a new car. Intel also published the first version of the automotive cyber security best practices white paper, and will update it based on ASRB findings. Click to find out more about the ASRB.