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ITS America forms transportation-focused cybersecurity task force

Posted on June 6, 2017

The Intelligent Transportation Society of America and the Cyber Future Foundation announced a partnership to create the Intelligent Transportation Cybersecurity Task Force (ITCTF).

The ITCTF aims to address key issues in transportation such as technological challenges; legal and liability issues; and policy, regulation, and legislation.

The task force consists of five groups composed of transportation officials, automotive manufacturers, government and academic leaders, and other industry figures.

“Transformational transportation technologies are already dramatically changing the way both people and goods travel," said Intelligent Transportation Society of America President/CEO Regina Hopper. "As vehicles and infrastructure become more connected, it is critical to address these issues to assure the highest level of safety, privacy and reliability.”

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