INSPIRE 5G-PLUS - GPDR aware counterparts for cross-border movement

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Each country in the EU has its own laws in terms of data privacy and the EU itself defined the GDPR as a mean to control data leakage and data transfer on third parties, making special distinction for cloud providers. There is a need to ensure that the data uploaded by roaming users complies with local laws and, where it does not, to be able to clear liabilities. In this context, every communication established using GDPR protected devices must be GDPR compliant, when a lack of compliance is detected, actions must be registered for further clarification of liability. vOBUs (virtual On-Board Units) which are designed to address GDPR enforcement, must be flexible enough to migrate from one law context to other guaranteeing the channel protection between the UE/car and the cloud in heterogeneous and dynamic environment, where its actions must be trustfully and non-refutable stored in the operator infrastructure:

This use case focuses on the following goals:

  • Perform 5G secured mobility through cross-border domains
  • Migrate the instantiated vOBU maintaining its security association with the OBU guaranteeing the confidentiality.
  • Perform transparent action to maintain continuous connectivity while migration procedure.
  • Achieve continuous GPDR compliance on vOBU traffic
  • Maintain updated the trust score of different solutions involved in the procedures (eg. vOBU, compute nodes).

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