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AUTOSEC + OWASP online lunch seminar 2020
2020-12-17 - 11:30 - 12:30
What we’ll do
We are happy to announce another collaboration between AUTOSEC and OWASP GBG, this time in the shape of an online lunch seminar with two speakers!
Tomas Olovsson – Recent events in automotive security
Vehicles are quickly becoming more and more automated and connectivity is a key technology in this development. In this talk, we will look at the challenges with securing our vehicles and see why we cannot use off the shelf solutions but need specialized protection mechanisms. We will also have a short look into current research areas in the field by highlighting some of the talks from the ESCAR EU conference held in November.
Tomas Olovsson is an associate professor at Chalmers and have been working with network and communication security in the vehicular domain for the last 15 years.
Mateen Malik – Fault and Attack injection based Verification of Automated systems with respect to safety and Cybersecurity
In 21st century the focus has drastically moved from hardware to software development. More and more mechanical systems are replaced with software systems to perform similar tasks with more efficiency and accuracy. The software brings more operational possibilities such as autonomy, tele-operations, and wireless connectivity to name a few. On the other hand, this paradigm shifts also increased the complexity of the safety critical cyber physical systems (CPS) such as ML based autonomous systems. Moreover, as more and more such systems are connected to each other and to the internet has increased their exposure towards the malicious threats. Hence, more sophisticated efforts are required to make the CPS secure with respect to Safety, Cybersecurity and Privacy (SCP). On top of that these efforts must be effective, time efficient and cost effective.
Fault and Attack injection methodologies can play an important role in increasing the SCP standards of CPS. Fault and attacks can be injected on different levels of product development cycle. Our focus is to use these methods on model level (early design phase) and system level (close to production) to make the safety critical systems safe and secure. New methods are needed for more intelligent fault and attack injection for ‘Verification and Validation of Automated Systems’ (VaVAS).
Mateen Malik is PhD student at RISE Research institutes of Sweden with more than eight years of experience in automotive industry.
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