Connected and automated vehicles are being built with components that enable them to not only access information, but also collect, store and transmit data for performance and safety purposes as well. Furthermore, these vehicles are expected to produce an enormous amount of data, some of which will be personal and sensitive, such as precise real-time geolocation data and the contents of communications that result when drivers connect their mobile phones to a vehicle’s computer system. In their videocast, Connected and Automated Cars—The Federal Government Addresses Cybersecurity and Data Privacy, Eversheds Sutherland (US) Partners Michael Bahar and Kymberly Kochis discuss cybersecurity threats and privacy issues related to connected and automated vehicles.