Cybersecurity

As transportation becomes more connected, the needs for secure systems is paramount. ITS America advocates for policies, best practices, and standards that enhance intelligent mobility cybersecurity.

ITS America comments to FTC on FTC/NHTSA Workshop on “Connected Cars: Privacy, Security Issues Related to Connected, Automated Vehicles.”

ITS America is pleased to submit these comments to the Federal Trade Commission (Commission) in response to the agency’s request for comments on issues raised during the Commission’s June 28, 2017, joint workshop with the National…

ITS America Comments to NHTSA on its “Cybersecurity Best Practices for Modern Vehicles

Cybersecurity: Before, During, and After an Event

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  • ITS America Executive Forum Overview: Cybersecurity


    Fact Sheet Cybersecurity Executive Forum 2019

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Try Different: The Road to Digital Infrastructure

Written by: Scott Marler, Executive Director, Iowa DOT and ITS America Digital Infrastructure Committee Co-ChairKurtis McBride, Co-Founder/CEO, Miovision and ITS America Digital Infrastructure Committee…

Changing Our Mindset to Build Safer Communities

As the transportation community celebrates Infrastructure Week, ITS America and its members are excited to kick off the second annual Digital Infrastructure Week to highlight the importance of deploying technology and innovation as we build…

Digital Infrastructure Use Cases

For your quick reference and convenience, and in support of Digital Infrastructure Week, ITS America has created a consolidated list of Digital Infrastructure use case examples which are part of our broader ITS Technology Use Case…

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  • Considerations for a Secure Electric Vehicle Charging Ecosystem

    ITS America's Cybersecurity Working Group's Technical Exchange Panel offers this white paper on considerations for a secure electric vehicle charging ecosystem.

    The increasingly widespread deployment of EVSE represents a unique convergence between transportation and utility stakeholders. While these fields have overlapped to some extent with previous deployments, such as traffic management infrastructure and other digital infrastructure solutions, the scale and design of the planned electric vehicle charging infrastructure deployment presents a scenario in which coordination between transportation and utility stakeholders is necessary.

  • ITSA President Bhatt Urges House Highways and Transit Subcommittee to Prioritize Investments in Intelligent Mobility and Smart Infrastructure in FAST Act Reauthorization

    ITSA Letter to Chairwoman Eleanor Holmes Norton and Ranking Member Rodney Davis.

  • ITS America comments to FTC on FTC/NHTSA Workshop on “Connected Cars: Privacy, Security Issues Related to Connected, Automated Vehicles.”

    ITS America is pleased to submit these comments to the Federal Trade Commission (Commission) in response to the agency’s request for comments on issues raised during the Commission’s June 28, 2017, joint workshop with the National…

  • ITS America Comments to NHTSA on its “Cybersecurity Best Practices for Modern Vehicles

    ITS America Comments on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) “Cybersecurity Best Practices for Modern…

  • ITS America Tech Scan: Connected Vehicle Assessment – Cybersecurity and Dependable Transportation

    System Assurance, Operations and Reactive Defense for Next Generation Vehicles, Intelligent Highway Infrastructure, and Road User Services

    2012-2014 ITSA Tech Scan Series. Cybersecurity is about meeting critical assurance requirements – maintaining transportation systems that ensure the preservation of human safety, the environment, critical economic infrastructure, and the viability of commerce and maintenance of personal privacy.