An Ironical Spin for Hackers: Government’s new policy for Car Security
The government forced a request for the developers to develop the cyber Car Security with an effort to achieve and reduce the car hacks.
For building an measure in car security this new legislation wants developer in the software of intelligent cars to in built car security and protect them from hacking cars and to retrieve information.
Cyber Security for Car hacks
David Barzilai chairman and founder of Karamba Security. He is an expert in Cyber car security, who had warned for the risk-taking project with speed progress in the autonomous technology. Barzilai said by explaining about some cars which can’t enter production in them “hundreds of thousands of Security risks” and if it is failed then we should protect it properly.
The Government’s are willing to get new laws to design the car security, and making pressure for developers to develop and manufacturer to make ensure on car security which makes production serious with-out any risks. It is hoping to give support to its cyber car security with the legislation of recently notify Electric Vehicles Bill and Autonomous.
Lord Callanan Transport Minister said “Our cars are becoming smarter and self-driving technology will revolutionize the way in which we travel. Risks of people hacking into the technology might be low, but we must make sure the public is protected. Whether we’re turning vehicles into wi-fi-connected hotspots or equipping them with millions of lines of code to become fully automated, it’s important that they are protected against cyber attacks.”
Chief executive Mike Hawes of the Society Motor Manufacturers & Traders (SMMT) had legislation the emphasized the importance by ensuring Britain which can be competed with the world’s fastest-paced markets of an autonomous vehicle.
“These [autonomous] vehicles will transform our roads and society, dramatically reducing accidents and saving thousands of lives. A consistent set of guidelines is an important step towards ensuring the UK can be among the first – and safest – of international markets to grasp the benefits of this exciting new technology.” Mike Hawes said.
Several manufacturers are in the race to produce the market’s first fully autonomous production vehicles. Audi looks on course to produce the first level-three autonomous car when its new A8 launches later this year. The car is capable of taking complete control on certain roads, such as motorways, but the driver will have to be ready to take back control within a certain amount of time, meaning they can’t be fully removed from the scenario.
An autonomous vehicle, the iNext car in 2021 of BMW is planning to launch. The brand says it is capable to reach the 3.5 level autonomy, means this car can drive by itself on all the scenario roads, but there will be the need of a driver to take control of raising any mistake.
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