Hacking and cyber terrorism is a real-life possibility that threatens us on a daily basis. The world just learned how deadly the threat can be on a personal level when Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek completely took over a 2004 Jeep Cherokee as it drove down the highway. It was a demonstration that resulted in the recall of 1.4 million Chrysler-built vehicles for a major security update. Chrysler vehicles aren’t the only vehicles with the potential to be hacked or remotely manipulated. Any vehicle with a wireless data connection has the potential to be hacked from abroad if security vulnerabilities exist. The most recent manufacturer to discover this is Tesla – the leader in long-range electric vehicles.