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Cybercrime is not a remote threat for toll operations
The rise of cybercrime is starting to impact tolling concessions, as Colin Sowman discovers. Yahoo's revelation that it has taken two years to discover that it had suffered a security breach resulting in hackers stealing the details of 500 million users is shocking - although the hackers only gained access to users' names, contact details and encrypted passwords.
Ertico coordinates big data debate
David Crawford finds that agreeing a common data standard for auto manufacturers' onboard sensors, navigation system companies and map makers is proving a complex task.
Asecap debates the future of tolling
Colin Sowman reports form Asecap's Study & Information Days event in Madrid. At Asecap's (the Association of European Toll Road Operators) recent Study and Information Days event there was no doubt about the subject at the top of the agenda: the European Union Directive 23/2014/EU. This will introduce fundamental changes to the concession model under which Asecap members operate more than...