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10675689695?profile=RESIZE_400xThe Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act,[1] as passed by the US Congress in November 2021, authorizes $7.5 billion to help meet US President Joe Biden's goal of installing 500,000 electric vehicle charging stations by 2030.  Biden aims to have EVs represent half of all new vehicles being sold in the US by 2030.  But as the number of stations increases, the number of vulnerabilities does as well.

For the past several years, hackers have been busy targeting their cyber-attacks at electrical sys

10406872454?profile=RESIZE_400xElectric vehicles (EV) appear to be a vital part of the present (and future) state of the US auto market.  In the past, there has been EV hope and hype; now the rapid adoption of electric vehicles is finally here.  As an example, Tesla was only one month away from bankruptcy in the recent past and now is thriving.  In 2011, there were only 16,000 battery and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles on the road.  In mid-2021, that number had grown to over 2 million vehicles. In fact, auto executives expe