Encryption Tech/"Connected Cars"/Export Control Implications
This presentation will review the export control implications for connected vehicles and their components/subsystems, with particular emphasis on encryption, communications capabilities, and autonomous driving technology. For example, the use of encryption supports part/subsystem authentication, as well as secures sensitive or critical data exchanged between subsystems. Communications technologies, such as cellular, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support subsystem data exchanges, as well as in-vehicle connectivity and data exchanged with the cloud. LIDAR, image processing, and navigation systems are critical components of autonomous vehicles. Hear about how the export controls are structured with respect to these areas (and others), and which regulatory exemptions are available, so that your organization can manage compliance risk.