On the evening of May 25th, Tesla announced that it has established a data center in China to achieve localization of data storage, and will gradually add more local data centers. Next, all data generated by vehicles sold in the Chinese mainland market will be stored within the territory.
At the same time, Tesla will also open the vehicle information query platform to car owners. This work is currently in full swing, and the details and progress will be reported to you one after another.
Tesla officially stated that car data security is very important. We firmly believe that unified and standardized management will be more conducive to the orderly and long-term development of smart cars. Tesla will make every effort to implement vehicle data security management to ensure data security.
As we all know, the smart car data security issues triggered by Tesla have attracted more and more attention in recent days. The regulators also acted quickly, and the National Information Security Standards Committee recently announced the draft standard of “Safety Requirements for Data Collection of Information Security Technology Networked Vehicles”. The draft makes relevant provisions on the transmission, storage and cross-border transmission of vehicle data.
Subsequently, in response to the State Cyberspace Administration’s solicitation of opinions on the regulations on automobile data security management, Tesla’s official Weibo responded that it supports and responds to the further development of the industry to standardize, and jointly promotes technological innovation. This time, the establishment of a data center in China to achieve localization of data storage is Tesla’s implementation of the previous response.