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Automotive Security

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Recent research into automotive security has shown that once a single vehicle component is compromised, it is often possible to take full control of the vehicle. The increasing number of (wireless) interfaces available in today’s cars exposes it to new attack vectors. Modern cars have dozens and sometimes even over a hundred of Electronic Control Units (ECUs). While more technology is being introduced in modern vehicles, transforming them into smart, connected cars, the underlying in-vehicle security infrastructure has struggled to keep up with the pace of these changes. This talk will look at some solutions to improve the current state of cybersecurity in today’s vehicles, and their applicability.


18:00 – Registration, Networking and Buffet 18:30 – Event starts 20:30 – Event Closes

This talk is part of the Computer Security Seminars series.

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