13-16 March, 2018
Germany

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Presentations

A novel approach to PKI Root Management

Benedikt Brecht,Principal Investigator at Crash Avoidance Metrics Partnership (CAMP), gave a presentation at last years' Automotive Cyber Security event, on the topic "V2X Security Credential Management System Proofof-Concept (SCMS PoC)". 

OEMS and Suppliers: The value and strategies for collaboration on security

Henrik Broberg, Senior Designer at Volvo Car Group, Sweden, gave a presentation at last years' Automotive Cyber Security event, on the topic "The value and strategies for collaboration on security". Find out more and download this presentation for free here.

How to secure a vehicle that is “talking” to everything?

Dr.-Ing. Dr. Jürgen Großmann, Project Manager, Competence Center System Quality Center, Fraunhofer FOKUS, Germany, gave a presentation at last years' Automotive Cyber Security event, on the topic: "The connected vehicle and the IoT - How to secure a vehicle, that is 'talking' to everything?". 

VALEO Presentation on Security Challenges and Best Practices in Future Vehicles

Expand your knowledge within this area, with this exclusive free presentation by Christophe Jouvray, Cybersecurity and Privacy Expert at VALEO in France on the topic of: "Security Challenges and Best Practices in Future Vehicles".

The presentation included the following:

  • Security challenges in transports
  • Tamper-proof automotive architecture
  • Reuse of best practices from railway and aeronautic domains

Download the full presentation for free here

Keeping your car safe from hackers

Arthur Hicken,Chief Evangelist at Parasoft Deutschland GmbH, Germany gave a presentation at last years' Automotive Cyber Security event, on the topic: "Keeping your car safe from hackers: Organizational changes for enhanced security". Find out more and download this presentation for free here.

Presentation on connected embedded systems and their safety and security risks

To date the most publicized hack has been the 2015 attack on a Jeep by researchers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek, who, after connecting to the Jeep’s head unit, were able to find a way to hack the multimedia computer, which runs on a Linux operating system. 

Expand your knowledge within this area, with this exclusive free presentation by Dr. Ralf Leiter, Engineering Director ESC at Mando Corporation in Germany on the topic of: "Connected embedded systems and their safety and security risks".

The presentation covers the following:

  • Lessons learned in the IT industry
  • Revisit recent car hacks
  • Weak points of connected systems - How to protect?
  • Protection through memo box and antivirus for vehicles

Download the full presentation for free here

Trusted Apps for open Software Platforms

Prof. Dr. habil. Christian Prehofer at An-Institut der Technischen Universitaet Muenchen, Fortiss GmbH, gave a presentation at last years' Automotive Cyber Security event. In this presentation he discussed the challenges for connected cars with open platforms for apps. Find out more and download this presentation for free here. 

Automotive Cyber Security: The challenge of innovation

Siraj Shaikh, Reader for Cyber Security, Center for Mobility and Transport, Coventry University, UK gave a presentation at last years' Automotive Cyber Security Conference, on the topic of: "Automotive Cyber Security: The challenge of innovation". Download this presentation for free here.

Legal concerns for all stakeholders to consider

Marc Stanley, Founder at Stanley Law Practice, USA gave a presentation at last years' Automotive Cyber Security event, on the topic: "Legal concerns for all stakeholders to consider". Download this presentation for free here.

Cyber Security — A global perspective

Ralph Thiele, Chairman at Political-Military Society, USA, gave a presentation at last years' Automotive Cyber Security conference, on the topic:"Cyber Security — A global perspective". 

Securing the CAV ecosystem: A UK Government Perspective

Palmer Sevvy, Head of Data & Analysis Branch at Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, gave a presentation at last years' Automotive Cyber Security conference, on the topic:"Securing the CAV ecosystem: A UK Government Perspective". Download this presentation for free here. 

Reports

Automotive Cyber Security: An Industry Under Attack (Part3/3)

Completing our Automotive Cyber Security: An Industry Under Attack report, we look into the breakthroughs and innovations, with a set of disruptors never before seen in the industry.

  • Over The Air (OTA) comes of age in 2017
  • Artificial intelligence could outthink the hacker
  • Companies will pay white-hat hackers handsomly in 2017
  • Hi-tech security and old fashioned credential theft
  • Cost-effective scalable Hyperconvergence infrastructure
  • Retrofitting old vehicle applications for cyber resistance
  • When all else fails

Complete Automotive Cyber Security eBook

The two interconnected and overlapping disciplines, functional safety and cyber security, are of fundamental importance to the developments of the modern automotive industry. The purpose of this report is to initiate discussion and provide food for thought to functional safety, cyber security and testing practitioners by providing fruitful information, and statistics to shed light on the challenges and questions that are yet to be tackled, with the purpose of encouraging automotive specialists to collaborate and offer more transparency in their work toward safe and secure public streets.

On this dedicated eBook on automotive cyber security, our focus shifts into cyber security, connected cars in a globalized environment and integration of secure automotive technologies in smart cities of the future. For this reason, we have gathered information on threat intelligence, latest hack episodes and the overlap of cyber security and functional safety. We are also presenting you with key insights from an established OEM in regards to their collaborative security strategy and whether is time to start rethinking cyber security and vehicle safety. Key information from the legal perspective of cyber intrusions are also presented to you from a current on-going class action lawsuit.

  • ARTICLE #1 "How vulnerable are automakers to cyber attacks?"
  • INFOGRAPHIC "Carjacking - risks of the internet-connected car"
  • WHITEPAPER "Connected car driving change in defect detection"
  • ARTICLE #2 "When does a cyber attack become a functional safety issue?"
  • PRESENTATION #1 "Volvo presents collaborative security"
  • PRESENTATION #2 "Stanley Law Group presents legal concerns for stakeholders: the Cahen case and beyond"

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Automotive Cyber Security: An Industry Under Attack (Part1/3)

With electronic components now making up over 50% of the total manufacturing cost of a car, and some cars now containing over 100 million lines of code, it’s clear the automotive cyber wars are just getting started.
This report goes into detail on:
  • White hat/black hat hackers
  • Keyless systems
  • Latest examples of hacks
  • Connected APPS a new portal for hack attacks
  • What are the OEMs and suppliers doing to counter cyber threats

Automotive Cyber Security: An Industry Under Attack (Part2/3)

In this part 2/3 of our complete Automotive Cyber Security: An Industry Under Attack report, we look into the different attack surfaces vulnerable to the automotive industry, and some which are easier to exploit than others.

  • The network making it all happen
  • Wireless systems
  • Infotainment
  • Old-fashioned hack
  • Replacing the OBDII with OTA

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