An article from Security Brief.
There’s a lot of debate to be had about automated vehicles. For many, the most immediate concern of driverless cars might be their physical safety, but there’s a lot more at stake.
While automated vehicles (AVs) are highly advanced digital systems, like all computers, they are vulnerable to cyber attacks. Throw data privacy into the mix, and you have a lot of serious considerations that need safeguards. In May, the Ministry of Transport released the second draft of its Long-Term insights Briefing plan on automated vehicles (AVs). It looked at the impact automated vehicles could have on the transport system. There have now been two rounds of consultation, and the final version is expected to be released towards the end of this year.
So are we up to speed on this technology in New Zealand?