Do you know if your car's core computer is separate from your stereo system? Or if it can be updated remotely by the manufacturer with the latest anti-virus software?
Those are just some of the top recommendations from Intel's cybersecurity division, which announced a new task force Monday to prevent car hackers from accessing vehicles connected to the internet with services like Google's Android Auto and Apple's CarPlay. A report by Intel's MacAfee detailed recommendations to keep cars safe and prevent costly recalls.
"Cars are like any other computing system, they have points of access and points of weakness," Chris Young, Intel security senior vice president, said Monday on CNBC's "Squawk Alley." "We do believe standards are going to be required here."