Tesla, the world’s leading electric vehicle maker, recently announced its largest recall to date, impacting 134,951 vehicles across North America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. Models S, Model 3, Model X, and Model Y built between February 2016 and March 2021 are among those impacted by the recall due to a potential issue that could cause the car to lose power steering assistance. The recall comes on the heels of a reported cyber attack which targeted cryptocurrency wallet provider Ledger. The company confirmed that the attack accessed customers’ email addresses and other personal data. In an effort to protect its customers, Ledger has suspended access to their online store and urged customers to reset their passwords. Though the recent recall and cyber attack have caused some alarm within the Tesla and cryptocurrency communities, the company has moved quickly to address the issues. Tesla has sent out software updates for their vehicles and Ledger has changed their online security measures to guard against future attacks. These experiences have taught us valuable lessons about the power of technology and the importance of staying vigilant within our digital world. Technology can be a powerful tool, and when used in the right way it can make life easier and help us reach new heights. But we must also be mindful of the risks it can pose and take the necessary steps to protect ourselves and those around us.