[SEC-2]Incidents and problems in Automotive cybersecurity

10/04 14:00-16:00 Meeting Room 303, International Conference Hall

In the last decade, The feasibility of attacks on contemporary automotive systems have already been demonstrated by many literature. In automotive cybersecurity, many researches focuses on in-vehicle networks which is a critical system with real-time constrains. Therefore, security in automotive systems is becoming an increasingly important issue. In particular, Controller Area Network (CAN) suffers from some common disadvantages such as limited baud rate and payloads. This talk introduces the activity and security incidents and countermeasures for in-vehicle networks and systems in modern and future automobiles.

Speaker
Nagoya UniversityCenter for Embedded Computing Systems Graduate School of information ScienceCenter for Embedded Computing Systems Graduate School of information ScienceDesignated Associate Professor Ryo Kurachi, Ph.D.