Browse Publications Technical Papers EPR2024012
2024-06-17

Privacy for Software-defined Battery Electric Vehicles EPR2024012

The integration of software-defined approaches with software-defined battery electric vehicles brings forth challenges related to privacy regulations, such as European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation and Data Act, as well as the California Consumer Privacy Act. Compliance with these regulations poses barriers for foreign brands and startups seeking entry into these markets. Car manufacturers and suppliers, particularly software suppliers, must navigate complex privacy requirements when introducing vehicles to these regions.
Privacy for Software-defined Battery Electric Vehicles aims to educate practitioners across different market regions and fields. It seeks to stimulate discussions for improvements in processes and requirements related to privacy aspects regarding these vehicles. The report covers the significance of privacy, potential vulnerabilities and risks, technical challenges, safety risks, management and operational challenges, and the benefits of compliance with privacy standards within the software-defined battery electric vehicle realm.

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