OUR time­line shows how NVSA has evolved as car thieves have changed their ap­proach:

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1992 Thatcham sets up ve­hi­cle se­cu­rity team

1995 New Ve­hi­cle Se­cu­rity As­sess­ment (NVSA) de­vel­oped to ad­vise on in­sur­ance groups

1998 In­tro­duc­tion of phys­i­cal timed at­tack test 2001 Em­pha­sis on ID of com­po­nents, such as al­loys

2003 In­tro­duc­tion of magnetic at­tack to steer­ing col­umn, plus lock­ing wheel nut cri­te­ria

2004 Oper­a­tional range of key­less sys­tems set 2006 Fo­cus on glass etch­ing; rules on car stereos 2013 New rules to stop OBD be­ing com­pro­mised 2018 Smart en­try reg­u­la­tions to be up­dated 2020 Cy­ber se­cu­rity reg­u­la­tions to be brought in 2021 on Au­tonomous car cri­te­ria to be drawn up

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