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Eran Kahana Interviewed for Article on Self-Driving Cars

August 6, 2019

Eran Kahana, attorney in Maslon's Corporate & Securities and Technology, IP & Media Groups, was interviewed on July 17, 2019 for a Smarter MSP article titled, "MSPs can protect self-driving cars and their passengers." The article discusses self-driving cars and other autonomous vehicles and how managed service providers (MSPs) have an opportunity to become guardians of their security.

"It is the designer's responsibility for any malfunction a vehicle experiences, but if there is an overriding or intervening action on the part of the operator, then it is the operator's fault," Eran states. When describing obstacles that MSPs may face he adds, "Hacking into an autonomous vehicle can cause enormous harm. Imagine disabling a computer that interfaces with the brake system. It's a potentially life-threatening situation versus hacking a computer network."

To read the full article, go to:, "MSPs can protect self-driving cars and their passengers."

Eran is an experienced attorney concentrating his practice on cybersecurity and intellectual property law. He counsels clients on a wide variety of matters related to cybersecurity, privacy, technology law, artificial intelligence, trademarks, patents, and copyright issues. In addition, Eran is a Fellow at Stanford Law School and serves in a variety of cybersecurity thought-leadership roles. He is a graduate of the FBI's Citizen Academy and works closely with the FBI, Department of Justice, Secret Service, and colleagues from the private and academic sectors to promote and sustain cybersecurity best practices. To that end, Eran serves as both a director on the Executive Board and as general counsel of InfraGard (Minnesota Chapter), a public-private sector organization affiliated with the FBI. He also serves on the Advisory Board of MN Cyber, an organization dedicated to position Minnesota as a national leader in cybersecurity.


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