Issues In Information Systems
Internet-of-Things (IoT) technology reaches far and wide in the modern world. Many consumer products are now capable of connecting to networks in order to manage and move data that is created through their various capabilities. Automobiles are now being manufactured with the ability to connect to wireless networks. This capability allows these vehicles to transmit and receive data to and from their manufacturers. IoT technology implemented in automobiles and their accompanying infrastructure is considered the Internet-of-Vehicles (IoV) technology. The goal of this paper is to better understand the association between privacy concern and IoV through a systematic literature review with suggestions for future research. Through a systematic screening process, 7 articles were identified which studied the relationship between privacy and IoV technologies. All but one article found that privacy concern or perceived risk associated with data privacy was significant in IoV technologies. These findings suggest that privacy may play an important role in users’ decisions to adopt and use IoV technology. This article contributes to the growing knowledge of IoV technologies as they emerge in the automobile market.
Fowler, B., & El-Gayar, O. (2023). Moving data down the road: a systematic review of information privacy concerns in Internet-of-Vehicles (IoV) literature. Issues In Information Systems, 24(3), 271-280.