Stefan David, MathWorks
Cybersecurity is an increasingly important topic with the rise of connected cars and the implementation of over-the-air updates. If attackers gain access to individual cars or even whole fleets, the safety of passengers or the environment may be at risk in addition to the obvious business risks for car manufacturers.
UNECE and ISO/SAE 21434 “Cybersecurity Engineering for Road Vehicles,” which will be published in 2020, are governmental and legislative approaches to provide guidance for the automotive industry to address cybersecurity challenges and to mitigate those risks.
In this presentation, we will help you to prepare for the implementation of the standard and provide practical insights for cybersecurity-aware development of automotive applications. You will learn how to assess models and source code against Cert-C or CWE compliance, how to test applications against certain cyber-attacks in simulation, and techniques to detect them.
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