Limits to data collection, precise objectives and anonymity; these, according to Claudia Cevenini and Laura Lecchi, professors of IT Law and Informatics at the University of Bologna, are the basic guidelines for combining protection and technological development. Result: a competitive advantage for companies
Laurence Pitt, journalist, addressed the issue in an article published on Tech Economy indicating the risks and countermeasures to be taken by companies to defend themselves. The editors of Autopromotec Blog decided to post it for the benefit of its readers
By Laurence Pitt - Tech Economy journalist – 04/05/2017
Digitization and computer security are the challenges facing the automotive world over the next three years. According to a study by Frost & Sullivan and Irdeto, investments in this field are expected to be in the region of $ 82 billion
The fear that a person other than the owner might control a car, is pushing car manufacturers to invest in cyber security. And not just them, individual companies too, increasingly worried about having their systems “hacked” and the consequence this would have in their business are also moving in the same direction.
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