Securing smart cars today; for safer autonomous cars tomorrow


The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) published a study on the “Cyber security and resilience of smart cars”. The report identifies good practices and recommendations to ensure the security of smart cars against cyber threats.

The study suggests the following recommendations, to increase cyber security in smart cars in Europe:

  • Improve information sharing amongst industry actors
  • Achieve consensus on technical standards for good practices
  • Clarify cyber security liability among industry actors

Prof. Udo Helmbrecht, Executive Director of ENISA, said: “We need to bring together all European automotive industry actors to secure smart cars today, for safer autonomous cars tomorrow.”


Source: ENISA

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