ELIV 2021: Compliant security retrofitting of existing architectures
The ELIV Congress (Electronics In Vehicles) invites automotive electronics and software experts to meet on October 20 and 21 - on-site at the World Conference Center in Bonn or online via livestream. In the face of increasing vehicle connectivity and new regulatory requirements, automotive cybersecurity will play an important role at the event.
At the security session on the second day of the congress, ESCRYPT security experts Dr. Moritz Minzlaff and Dr. Michael Schneider will examine an important issue: How can existing architectures be effectively and economically retrofitted to meet the requirements of UN Regulation 155?
- Thursday, October 21, 12:45 p.m
Retrofitting existing architectures: Implementing adequate security for UN R 155 with AUTOSAR
Dr. Moritz Minzlaff, Dr. Michael Schneider
In addition, at the ETAS/ESCRYPT booth of the accompanying exhibition will be demonstrated how security testing can reveal vulnerabilities in vehicles before attackers exploit them for cyberattacks or unauthorized access.