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Cybersecurity's visibility problem: if a self-driving car crashes, whose responsibility is it?

The autonomous car dilemma is one example of the difficulty of assigning responsibility across interconnecting digital systems. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Greg Day
Vice-President and Chief Security Officer, EMEA, Palo Alto Networks
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Defining responsibility for security lapses in autonomous vehicles, with multiple overlapping systems, is not easy
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