escar Europe 2019: A finger on the pulse of automotive security
Taking place in Stuttgart on November 19 and 20, this year’s escar Europe is the world’s leading cyber security conference. IT security experts from the automotive industry and from academia will shed light on current developments in vehicle protection against cyber attacks and venture a look into the future.
How do vehicle security requirements change with an E/E architecture on board? How can OEMs and suppliers use cybersecurity management systems to anchor vehicle protection in their organizations? How can Sybil attacks on the C-ITS be categorically excluded? And where are we now at with secure onboard communication (SecOC) by hardware security module? The ESCRYPT security experts are presenting a series of highly topical topics in the escar Europe conference program:
- Tutorial: E/E Security in Cars | Dipl.-Ing. Ramona Jung – Tuesday, Nov. 19, 9:00 a.m.–12:00 noon
- Tutorial: Implementing Cybersecurity Management Systems | Dipl.-Ing. Jan-Felix van Dam, Dr. Moritz Minzlaff – Tuesday, Nov. 19, 9:00 a.m.–12:00 noon
- Deterministic Sybil Attack Exclusion in Cooperative-Intelligent Transportation Systems | Dipl.-Ing. Jan Trauernicht – Tuesday, Nov. 19, 5:15 p.m.–5:45 p.m.
- Introducing HSM-based secure on-board communication in vehicles – Challenges and lessons learned | Dr. Frederic Stumpf – Wednesday, Nov. 20, 12:00 noon–12:45 p.m.
In addition, ESCRYPT will be showcasing several groundbreaking security solutions at escar: for example, conference attendees can learn everything about CycurHSM hardware security firmware, which is already in use today on numerous vehicle platforms from leading manufacturers. And they will get their first look at the vehicle security cockpit, a holistic intrusion detection and prevention solution that consolidates the protection of vehicle fleets over their entire lifecycle.
In addition, ESCRYPT will be presenting a procedure for security testing in the loop (Security XiL), which involves conducting automated security tests (functional security, fuzzing, vulnerability scans) during ECU development to detect and eliminate any security gaps during the development phase.
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