Vehicle network security requirements are becoming more stringent, with vehicle systems facing hostile adversaries through various entry points. White-hat hackers have demonstrated gaining remote access to dashboard functions and transmissions of connected vehicles and in response to the posed threats, governments worldwide are legislating liabilities for self-driving vehicles – US SELF DRIVE act of 2017 being an example. That makes firewall a vital component of a multi-layered approach to vehicle security as well as overall vehicle safety and reliability.
Implement security in AUTOSAR based ECUs learnings:
- Internet-based threat analysis over packets with malicious contents, denial of service (DoS) attacks, broadcast storms, and packet flood conditions.
- Firewall design considerations including rule-based filtering, stateful packet inspection, deep packet inspection, threshold filtering, and protocol filtering.
- Automotive use-cases for firewall incorporation into relevant ISO/AUTOSAR standards.
- Practical design examples from in-production OEM flagship projects over firewall integration into existing ECU systems.
Who vehicle security would be important to:
- Software and system architects interested in vehicle network security
- Engineering directors & managers
- Quality directors