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Report/Study Cybersecurity Challenges in the Uptake of Artificial Intelligence in Autonomous Driving
This report, drafted jointly by ENISA and JRC, aims to provide insights on the cybersecurity challenges specifically connected to the uptake of AI techniques in autonomous vehicles. It describes the policy context at both the European and international levels. It delves then into the technical aspects of AI in the automotive sector, with the aims to better comprehend the technological concerns and to get a sense of the level of integration of AI in AV. This includes an extended description of the areas in which AI plays a role, to ensure the proper implementation of cognitive capabilities inside automotive systems. After this technical presentation, a state-of-the-art literature survey on security of AI in the automotive context. A set of challenges and recommendations is also provided to improve AI security in AVs and mitigate potential threats and risks.
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Deep Dive into the Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) Ecosystem: New Report
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity issues a comprehensive report of the CAM cybersecurity ecosystem. It aims at supporting the efforts of the European Commission and Member States competent authorities in deciding how to transpose the relevant United Nations regulations into the EU policy context.
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Located in Topics / IoT and Smart Infrastructures / Smart Transport
How to Secure the Connected & Automated Mobility (CAM) Ecosystem
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity discloses an in-depth analysis of the cybersecurity challenges faced by the CAM sector and provides actionable recommendations to mitigate them.
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Press Release Cybersecurity Challenges in the Uptake of Artificial Intelligence in Autonomous Driving
A report by the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) and the Joint Research Centre (JRC) looks at cybersecurity risks connected to Artificial Intelligence (AI) in autonomous vehicles and provides recommendations for mitigating them.
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Report/Study Recommendations for the security of CAM
The aim of this report is to provide a high-level overview of the cybersecurity challenges in the CAM sector and to highlight both the concerned CAM actors and associated recommendations. Cybersecurity in the CAM ecosystem is partially standardised and the role of standards is widely recognised. This report aims to identify the main challenges in the current situation and to propose actionable recommendations for the different stakeholders involved in the CAM ecosystem to enhance the level of security and resilience of CAM infrastructures and systems in Europe. Challenges in the CAM ecosystem arise from the whole lifecycle, therefore this report points to detailed challenges that the stakeholders are facing across Europe. The recommendations proposed by ENISA aim to guide all CAM ecosystem stakeholders and to contribute to the improvement and harmonisation of cybersecurity in the CAM ecosystem in the European Union.
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ENISA looks into the Crystal Ball: a report on emerging technologies and security challenges
ENISA has produced the first version of a report that provides an overview of key emerging technologies and their associated security challenges, and aims to identify future security issues associated with these technologies.
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ENISA at CeBIT: The role of cybersecurity within the new digital environment
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