International Journal of Smart Sensor and Adhoc Network


One of the leading disruptive technologies in the upcoming technological revolution is Self-Driving vehicles. However, the absence of security is the greatest obstacle to adoption. This study looks at how cybersecurity impacts the adoption of driverless cars. The purpose of this paper is to perform a literature review supporting the in-depth analysis of cybersecurity and its impacts on the slower adoption rate of Self-Driving Vehicles. The study's primary goal is to determine the connection between worries about cybersecurity and the rate of adoption of self-driving vehicles. Driverless vehicles are the most effective and cutting-edge technology in the transportation sector, yet there are barriers to their widespread adoption because of cybersecurity worries. As a result, this study will clarify the cybersecurity issues that contributed to the slower deployment of autonomous vehicles. The NIST Cybersecurity Framework serves as the study's theoretical foundation. This paradigm consistently identifies the barriers to new technology adoption in cybersecurity.





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