Business Insider Discussed Findings of Foley’s Connected Cars & Autonomous Vehicles Survey

27 October 2017 Business Insider News
Business Insider reported on the findings of Foley’s 2017 Connected Cars & Autonomous Vehicles Survey, which shed light on the biggest legal concerns about connected and self-driving cars among automotive and technology professionals.

The survey, which had 83 auto and tech executive-level respondents, found that the industries’ highest concern about connected and self-driving cars is cyberattacks and the second-highest concern is intellectual property protection.

Read the full Business Insider story on the survey results here: “Self-Driving Cars Hitting the Road Have Auto and Tech Execs Worried about Cyber Attacks.”

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