|Headline||Manufacturers fear cyberattacks in Massachusetts.|
The North American state of Massachusetts passes a law on the Right to Repair Assets. Applied to vehicles marketed there, it obliges manufacturers to provide free access to the telematics data of their products, in order to facilitate repair tasks for software and electronic components. This would be achieved through a single open-source platform, available to all workshops, but also for potential cyberattacks made by crackers.
At the moment, there is an open dispute against this regulation in the state courts.
|Type of company||Government|
|Data / Life||Data and Life|
|Access||Physical and remote|
|Recognized by brand||Sí|