CHINA has established an automotive cyber security committee to ensure the safe running of intelligent, connected and electric cars.

The founding of the committee was announced at the ongoing international automobile technology forum in Changchun, capital of Jilin Province, and a cradle of China’s automaking industry.

“The committee has been established as a platform to pool resources, carry out research and work out standards, policies, laws and regulations to defend cyber security in automobiles,” said Zhang Jinhua, vice secretary-general of the China Society of Automotive Engineers.

The committee is headed by Li Jun, a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering and technical chief of FAW Group Corporation.

Source: Domestic auto industry sets up cyber security for e-cars