Feasability study for the project Cyber Security for vechicle IT
|Coordinator||RISE RESEARCH INSTITUTES OF SWEDEN AB - Energi och cirkulär ekonomi, Göteborg|
|Funding from Vinnova||SEK 500 000|
|Project duration||December 2017 - February 2018|
|Venture||Digital infrastructure and cyber security|
|Call||Feasability studies within cyber security and reliability|
Purpose and goal
The purpose of the study was to find out how the consequences of treating social and personal integrity data in connected vehicles are highlighted. The aim of the study was the answer to the question: Can a project on cyber security for connected vehicles - with a focus on social and personal integrity - be implemented? Compliance: A project can be carried out. The consequences are highlighted by developing a model for ethical and privacy impact assessment, with implications for both privacy and security, when implementing technical solutions or changes in traffic systems.
Expected results and effects
The result was that a project can be carried out if the participant constellation is a triple helix and interdisciplinary, an LCA perspective is available and if the project is agile and initiated by a deep study. A suitable announcement within the Horizon2020 is SU-DS05-2018-2019. The effect of the study is that RISE continues the work of preparing researchers and actors for an application phase against different Swedish and European contributors. In addition, staff at several authorities has received comprehensive information about the problem.
Planned approach and implementation
The study was conducted with situation analysis, studies of scope, implementation and effects, future requirements, goals and milestones. Workshops with the reference group and the working group were planned and conducted. The working group consisted of researchers from SICS, Interactive Institute, Viktoria Institute and RISE. Viktoria Institute deviated due to economic reasons. Existing workgroup could replace their competence. The SWOT analysis was replaced in the situation analysis with other systematic analysis that was judged to work better in the context.