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The Resource When autonomous vehicles are hacked, who is liable?, Zev Winkelman, Maya Buenaventura, James M. Anderson, Nahom M. Beyene, Pavan Katkar, Gregory Cyril Baumann

When autonomous vehicles are hacked, who is liable?, Zev Winkelman, Maya Buenaventura, James M. Anderson, Nahom M. Beyene, Pavan Katkar, Gregory Cyril Baumann

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When autonomous vehicles are hacked, who is liable?
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When autonomous vehicles are hacked, who is liable?
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Zev Winkelman, Maya Buenaventura, James M. Anderson, Nahom M. Beyene, Pavan Katkar, Gregory Cyril Baumann
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eng
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Who might face civil liability if autonomous vehicles (AVs) are hacked to steal data or inflict mayhem, injuries, and damage? How will the civil justice and insurance systems adjust to handle such claims? RAND researchers addressed these questions to help those in the automotive, technology, legal, and insurance industries prepare for the shifting roles and responsibilities that the era of AVs may bring. Using four scenarios (a ransomware attack, a hacked vehicle damaging government property, hacks on a connected roadway that cause damage, and theft of information through hacking of AVs), the authors explored the civil legal theories that may come into play when real-world damages result from AVs being hacked. They also examined how those theories may affect various parties, including car manufacturers, component makers, dealers, and both corporate and individual owners. Existing civil legal structures appear flexible enough to adapt to cases involving hacked AVs except in the case of large-scale cyberattacks, but it may be useful to clarify both liability and insurance coverages
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Winkelman, Zev
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non fiction
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  • Buenaventura, Maya
  • Anderson, James M.
  • Beyene, Nahom M.
  • Katkar, Pavan
  • Baumann, Gregory Cyril
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Rand social and economic well-being
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  • Automated vehicles
  • Computer crimes
  • Internet
  • Torts
  • Computer crimes
  • Torts
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When autonomous vehicles are hacked, who is liable?, Zev Winkelman, Maya Buenaventura, James M. Anderson, Nahom M. Beyene, Pavan Katkar, Gregory Cyril Baumann
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Contents
Introduction : Understanding the context -- Autonomous vehicles and future roadways -- How can hackers exploit autonomous vehicles? -- Hacked autonomous vehicles and the harms they can cause -- Shifting roles and responsibilities for information assurance for autonomous vehicle cybersecurity -- Civil liability and cyberattacks : general legal framework -- Legal analysis of hypothetical risk scenarios -- Appendix A: Cyber exploits against autonomous vehicles -- Appendix B: The phases of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Cyber-Physical System draft framework
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23 cm
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xviii, 150 pages
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9781977403230
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2019296033
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO
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illustrations
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(OCoLC)1110668661
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When autonomous vehicles are hacked, who is liable?, Zev Winkelman, Maya Buenaventura, James M. Anderson, Nahom M. Beyene, Pavan Katkar, Gregory Cyril Baumann
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction : Understanding the context -- Autonomous vehicles and future roadways -- How can hackers exploit autonomous vehicles? -- Hacked autonomous vehicles and the harms they can cause -- Shifting roles and responsibilities for information assurance for autonomous vehicle cybersecurity -- Civil liability and cyberattacks : general legal framework -- Legal analysis of hypothetical risk scenarios -- Appendix A: Cyber exploits against autonomous vehicles -- Appendix B: The phases of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Cyber-Physical System draft framework
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xviii, 150 pages
Isbn
9781977403230
Lccn
2019296033
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)1110668661

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