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Dear Mr. Mustermann,

Lane-keeping assistants, automatic parking, traffic jam assistants – automated driving systems have long been omnipresent. Soon as we move to levels 4 and 5, drivers will finally hand over control completely. This should make driving not only more comfortable, but also safer. Nonetheless, the only real guarantee of these systems’ functional safety is to have IT security components that protect them effectively against manipulation and unauthorized access.

This time, our newsletter reveals how automotive security will have to pay particular attention to safety-relevant functions in vehicles in the future. Find out how Canada is getting ready for networked mobility and why Bosch ConnectedWorld in Berlin is particularly worth a visit this year.

Best regards,
Your ESCRYPT team
Automated driving
Automated driving: No safety without security

IT security and functional safety are inextricably linked when it comes to automated driving: if the automated vehicle systems are not sufficiently protected against manipulation and unauthorized access, the functional safety of the vehicle in road traffic is no longer guaranteed.
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Transport Canada
Transport Canada engages ESCRYPT to provide security infrastructure for connected vehicles

Transport Canada, the Canadian Ministry of Transport, has awarded a contract to ESCRYPT to advance the development of a Canadian security credential management system (SCMS) for connected vehicles. The contract is valued at 1.3 million Canadian dollars.
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Bosch ConnectedWorld
Bosch ConnectedWorld: IT security for connected mobility

On May 15 and 16, STATION-Berlin will be a hotspot for everyone involved in the development of connected products and solutions on the Internet of Things. Bosch ConnectedWorld 2019 offers exciting lectures, hackathons, and interesting exhibits about all aspects of the IoT. ESCRYPT will be showing how integrated automotive security protects connected vehicles from production to the backend.
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