Vehicular communication technology is nearing de- ployment in the market. We see initial plug tests in 2013 to con- firm interoperability of multiple independent implementations. As the entrance into the market is coming closer it is time to consider the privacy expectations of the relevant standards. These expectations are built upon location privacy through unlinkable pseudonyms. In this paper we focus on the real world privacy expectations that can be fulfilled in the first generation of vehicular communication technology using pseudonymity. What level of privacy is really achievable and does the effort to achieve this level privacy justify the cost and complexity of introducing pseudonymity into vehicular communication?
|Publisher||Vehicular Lab, University of Luxembourg|
|Workshop||2nd GI/ITG KuVS Fachgespräch Inter-Vehicle Communication, FG-IVC 2014|
|City||Luxembourg City, Luxembourg|
|Period||20/02/14 → 21/02/14|
|Other||20-21 February 2014|