Tag Archives: Tesla

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…

Security Metrics and Tesla’s Safety Statistics

– I have long railed against the inadequacy of popular easy-to-record security metrics. They usually lack critical information about the nature and severity of vulnerabilities and are therefore misleading in providing support for decision-making. I addressed this point in my article “Accounting…

Self-Driving Software … Test, Test, Test

– A spokesman for Mobileye, the company that developed the Autopilot software for Tesla, remarked that they hadn’t tested their software for the particular scenario in which a Tesla car slammed into a tractor-trailer, proceeded under the trailer and drove independently for some distance,…