Visible to the public End-to-end security assessment framework for connected vehicles

TitleEnd-to-end security assessment framework for connected vehicles
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsEvans, David, Calvo, Daniel, Arroyo, Adrian, Manilla, Alejandro, Gómez, David
Conference Name2019 22nd International Symposium on Wireless Personal Multimedia Communications (WPMC)
Keywordsautomobiles, Automotive engineering, automotive sector, cloud computing, cloud platforms, complex electronic systems, connected vehicles, cps privacy, cyber physical systems, Cyber-physical systems, cybersecurity, edge computing, end-to-end security assessment framework, Hardware, heterogeneous hardware, Human Behavior, human factors, hyper-connected world, Internet of Things (IoT), privacy, pubcrawl, real-time crucial functionalities, Safety, security, security of data, security services, smart objects, software components, traffic engineering computing, Transportation, user experiences, Wireless communication
AbstractTo increase security and to offer user experiences according to the requirements of a hyper-connected world, modern vehicles are integrating complex electronic systems, being transformed into systems of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS). While a great diversity of heterogeneous hardware and software components must work together and control in real-time crucial functionalities, cybersecurity for the automotive sector is still in its infancy. This paper provides an analysis of the most common vulnerabilities and risks of connected vehicles, using a real example based on industrial and market-ready technologies. Several components have been implemented to inject and simulate multiple attacks, which enable security services and mitigation actions to be developed and validated.
Citation Keyevans_end–end_2019