The introduction of self-driving technology will bring many benefits to society, but at what cost to the security of digital assets and information?
Cybersecurity will be challenged to find new ways to protect a city’s infrastructure and its inhabitants personally identifiable information (PII).
“One study found only 6 percent of U.S. city and regional transportation plans address the potential effects of driverless technology. Government involvement in this technological and societal shift is growing. The SELF DRIVE Act is steering its way through the U.S. Congress.”
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