An intrusion detection and prevention system (IDPS) will be a core element of continuous cybersecurity in the automotive industry as permanent cyber risk management is becoming a type approval imperative due to new regulations. The IDPS support in this case and act as protection against cyberattacks and their fleet-wide scaling. But what are the specific advantages of a distributed IDPS in the vehicle? And where in the E/E architecture do the various IDPS components best unfold their effect?
Our ESCRYPT experts Jan Holle and Andreas Weber will speak about why distributed E/E architectures require a distributed IDPS that maps the specific protection needs of the vehicle systems. They will also discuss the relevance of using different IDS sensors according to requirements, the pre-qualification of security events within the vehicle, and how the IDPS thus becomes the cornerstone of effective permanent cyberprotection.