Re: But but but...
The communication must be secure? But the government wants to ban encrypted communications!
Fortunately (for the Government), the whole document is so packed full of weasel words that it is pretty much meaningless. The document looks designed to give you a warm feeling, but not actually do you any good, a bit like when you piss down your leg. What do you think "sufficiently secure", "managed appropriately", "where possible" etc actually mean below. This is the entire text of the Principle 7!
"Principle 7 - the storage and transmission of data is secure and can be controlled
Data must be sufficiently secure (confidentiality and integrity) when stored and transmitted so that only the intended recipient or system functions are able to receive and / or access it. Incoming communications are treated as unsecure until validated.
Personally identifiable data must be managed appropriately.
what is stored (both on and off the ITS / CAV system)
what is transmitted
how it is used
the control the data owner has over these processes
Where possible, data that is sent to other systems is sanitised.
Users are able to delete sensitive data held on systems and connected systems."