Tag Archives: autonomous vehicles

The Demise of Self-Driving Cars as Such

– This is a follow-on column to my May 10, 2021 BlogInfoSec post “Will Full Autonomy Ever Be Realized?” It is prompted in part by the recent decision by the NHTSA (National Highway Transportation Safety Administration) to investigate a number of crashes that occurred when Tesla’s Autopilot…

Will Full Autonomy Ever Be Realized?

– Matt Novak of Gizmodo posted an article on April 30, 2021 with the title “Elon Musk Shares Painfully Obvious Idea About the Difficulty of Self-Driving Cars,” available at Elon Musk Shares Painfully Obvious Idea About the Difficulty of Self-Driving Cars (gizmodo.com) Novak quotes an April 29,…

Cybersecurity Fails … Government Not Keeping Up

– I was reading Andrew Ross Sorkin’s article “Flying Taxis, New Exciting Stealth Mode” on the front page of Business Day in the March 13, 2018 New York Times (more about that later) when I noticed (in the adjacent column … an advantage of reading the paper version) an article by Ben…

Protecting In-Vehicle, Vehicle-to-Vehicle, and Ex-Vehicle Systems

– On May 5, 2017, I gave a presentation with the title “Cybersecurity in the Age of Autonomous Vehicles, Intelligent Traffic Controls and Pervasive Transportation Networks,” for which I was honored with the “Best Applications Track Paper” award, at the IEEE Long Island Systems, Applications…