As always, it was great fun speaking with Future of Privacy Forum’s lovely and knowledgeable mobility guru Chelsey Colbert during Part 2 of OneTrust DataGuidance’s connected vehicles and data protection presentation.

Here are some takeaways from our chat:

  • In the Cold War spy series “The Americans,” characters kept changing their route to and from their

In the Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) ecosystem, cybersecurity … should be seen as a core enabler that protects safety and provides value to products and services, and is integrated in the lifecycles of products’ and services’ activities., says the European Union’s Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) in a new report on the cybersecurity challenge in

Better (cyber)safe than sorry.

“Cybersecurity is going to be the new safety, says Ikjot Saini, PhD Saini of University of Windsor.

“Unlike other technologies with links to electronic networks such as smartphones and smart appliances, physical accidents can happen if smart automobile systems are compromised through hacking or computer viruses, and these can cause real

“[T]he customer is king. And data sharing increases comfort and convenience for customers, improves products and services, and contributes to achieving societal goals such as improving road safety, reducing fuel consumption and facilitating traffic management,” says Eric-Mark Huitema Director General of European Automobile Manufacturers’​ Association (ACEA).

“[The] principle that should guide the future framework for

“A vast body of research has shown [mobility] data is highly reidentifiable. Previously, researchers showed that knowing four random points of someone’s trajectory points, such as when and where you take your morning coffee, was enough to uniquely identify that person 95% of the time in a dataset of 1.5 million people. Other studies have

France’s CNIL, the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés, has opined on the “Global Security law” and use of drones by law enforcement.

General takeaways:
  • Use airborne cameras only if (i) strictly necessary for the legitimate purpose pursued and (ii) proportionate. You must first determine that no less intrusive method is available.
  • Retain information

The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) and the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission (JRC) have issued a joint guidance on “Cybersecurity Challenges in the Update of Artificial Intelligence in Autonomous Driving.”

Key Points
  • Because autonomous vehicles use AI for many aspects traditionally handled by human drivers, the classic approach of “securing digital