Workshop: Mobile Security for Intelligent Cars am 1. Juli 2010

(PresseBox) (Darmstadt, ) The emerging applications of vehicletovehicle and vehicletoinfrastructure communication herald a new era of traffic safety and intelligent traffic management. Yet, in order to prevent attacks on the vehicular communication, new IT security requirements need to be considered. Secure communication among vehicles and between vehicles and infrastructure must be based on secure automotive onboard electronics networks.

To provide a secure basis for vehicular communication, the European research project EVITA (E-Safety Vehicle Intrusion Protected Applications) designs, verifies, and prototypes security building blocks of automotive onboard networks. The objective of this workshop is to present new project results such as the secure onboard architecture and protocol specifications to the public and to instigate a wider review.

The target audience includes, beside the interested public, also potential users of the EVITA results such as car manufacturers and automotive electronics suppliers. The workshop is jointly organized by CAST and the EVITA consortium.

Termin 1. Juli 2010
Dauer: 10:00 - 17:00
Ort: Fraunhofer Institut für Graphische Datenverarbeitung
in Darmstadt, Fraunhoferstr. 5
Moderation: Olaf Henniger (Fraunhofer SIT)

Hier die Themen und die Referenten:

- "Implementation of the simTD security architecture"
(Hagen Stübing, Adam Opel GmbH - Nobert Bißmeyer, SIT)

- "Dark-side scenarios, security requirements, and risk analysis"
(David Ward, MIRA Ltd.)

- "Legal requirements on a secure on-board architecture"
(Christophe Geuens, K.U. Leuven)

- "Secure hardware architecture"
(Marko Wolf, escrypt GmbH)

- "Secure software architecture"
(Benjamin Weyl, BMW Group Research and Technology)

- "Secure on-board protocols"
(Hendrik Schweppe, EURECOM)

- "Architecture and protocols verification and attack analysis"
(Ludovic Apvrille, Institut Télécom)

- "Proposed model-based security engineering approach"
(Andreas Fuchs, Fraunhofer Institute SIT)

Das detaillierte Programm des Workshops und die notwendigen Informationen zur Anmeldung finden Sie unter:
http://www.cast-forum.de/...

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Kontakt

CAST e.V.
Rheinstrasse 75
D-64295 Darmstadt
Prof. Dr. Christoph Busch
Competence Center for Applied Security Technology CAST e.V.
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