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Smart Cars and Information Security

  title={Smart Cars and Information Security},
  author={Ga{\vs}per {\vS}kolc and Blaz Markelj},
  journal={Journal of Criminal Justice and Security},
Purpose: ‘Smart cars’ use a great variety of data in order to operate. They obtain this from the surrounding area using sensor technology and other available resources. The drivers and passengers of such vehicles transfer different data by connecting their mobile devices with smart-vehicle systems (and by using various apps). The purpose of this paper is to investigate the problem of user data security in smart cars and to provide an insight into the general knowledge regarding such issues held… 

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