The automobile industry has been going increasingly high-tech. In fact, GM’s CEO Mary Barra recently said she wants the auto giant to be known as a technology company. But as the sophistication of automotive tech has grown, so have the opportunities for hackers.

In September, Cyber Talk reported on vulnerabilities found in key fobs for Tesla and other car makers. But a little more than a year ago, Business Insider published a fascinating surveillance video that showed hackers stealing a Mercedes, without access to the key fob.

To read more about automotive cyberattacks, click here. You can watch the video showing the hacker stealing the car at Business Insider.