More data, more risk: The automotive industry rethinks its privacy strategies

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As the risk of ransomware attacks and data breaches continues to escalate, it’s also raising greater concerns about data privacy. The automotive industry has been steadily increasing the amount of data it collects from car owners and drivers, prompting manufacturers to question how well their strategies and business practices can protect that information. Many companies within and outside the European Union are looking to one of the world’s strictest regulatory privacy regime — the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) — as a template on which to build their own policies.

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