Daniel Ruiz, CEO of Zenzic, and Geoff Davis, Executive Director, HORIBA MIRA & VP for HORIBA Automotive Test Systems, explain why the UK needs to act now to stay ahead of the challenges around automotive cyber-security.
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Siraj Shaikh, Professor of Systems Security and Director of Research at the Institute of Future Transport and Cities at Coventry University, outlines why cyber-security R&D needs a change of direction to reshape cities for the future.
Intelligent Transport Issue 2 2020 is influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic, with authors taking the opportunity to either write entirely about the crisis, or provide sharp commentary on it as part of articles on other matters. From mobility services and public transport to connected and autonomous vehicles, this issue lays…
A consortium of industry, government and academia has explored the feasibility of creating a UK cyber-security ‘Centre of Excellence’ to better deal with cyber threats in mobility.
As our societies become better connected, so too does our transport, bringing about potential cyber-risks that have only recently begun to be exposed. Here, members of the University of South Florida’s 'Enhancing Cybersecurity in Public Transportation' project team explain what operators can do to keep their cyber-physical systems as safe…
Blockchains are incorruptible digital ledgers of economic transactions that can be programmed to record not only financial transactions but virtually everything of value.
The framework from the United Nations (UN) highlights the need to prioritise public safety when implementing autonomous vehicles in society.
We asked industry experts Carol Schweiger, President of Schweiger Consulting, François Fischer, Senior Manager Innovation and Deployment, ERTICO and Craig Fleming, Senior Business Development Manager, CENSIS, for their thoughts on the Internet of Things (IoT) and its applications within transport. Here’s what they had to say.
Car manufacturers will be able to use the recently published standard to demonstrate that they are following the security principles.
Following a data breach back in November 2016, which was covered up by Uber for a year, a fine of £385,000 has been served.
The start of the first ever Hackathon at InnoTrans has begun – a marathon of data-processing that will run for over 24 hours.
At this year’s international trade fair for transport technology, Kapsch CarrierCom will showcase the next generation of solutions for mission-critical networks.
Rapid urbanisation is continuing to significantly increase the demand for rail transport not only in metropolitan areas but also for cross-nation transportation. Moxa delivers flexible IP network infrastructures that are able to expand to deal with the rising number of passengers and ensure that operational efficiency is maintained...
Ang Cui, CEO and Chief Scientist at Red Balloon Security, discusses how the increase in transport connectivity provides hackers with technological vulnerabilities that they can exploit.
A new report, ‘Safer Roads with Autonomous Vehicles?’, examines the impact of automated vehicles on road safety and disputes the idea that autonomy surpasses human instinct…