What are the challenges that mobility of the future poses for security?
More and more innovative services are offered by vehicle manufacturers and third parties. This technological advance requires not only additional sensors and computing power, but also an increasing networking of different components and systems inside and outside the vehicle in terms of transport infrastructure and cloud.
These new system interfaces also provide additional areas of attack for threats that can affect not only the operational safety of the vehicle. Developers are focusing on topics such as data protection, functional safety, system and information security. Special attention must be paid to a secure system architecture right from the development stage, but also to identifying anomalies during operation, autonomously initiating countermeasures and analysing incidents forensically in order to learn from them across all systems
17.30 - 17.40
Dr. Sonja Mündl, Softwarepark Hagenberg, Manager
17.40 - 18.10
Lecture "Can you trust your (autonomous) car?"
Prof. A Min Tjoa, Software Competence Center Hagenberg GmbH - SCCH, Chief Scientific Officer
18.10 - 18.40
Lecture "Embedded Anomaly-Based Intrusion Detection Systems
for automobiles "
Prof. Dr. -Ing. Andreas Grzemba, TH Deggendorf, head of the ProtectIT Institute,
Vice President for Research and Knowledge Transfer
18.40 - 19.10
Lecture "Protection of sensor & software IP by current IT security measures" (in German)
FH-Prof. DI Robert Kolmhofer, FH OÖ Campus Hagenberg, Head of Department
Secure Information Systems, Managing Director UNINET it-consulting GmbH
19.10 - 19.45
"What kind of IT equipment does the automotive industry need?"
Prof. Dr. -Ing. Andreas Grzemba (TH Deggendorf), Prof. A Min Tjoa (SCCH),
FH-Prof. DI Robert Kolmhofer (FH OÖ Campus Hagenberg)
Moderation: DI (FH) Thomas Kern (FH OÖ Campus Hagenberg, Head of Center of Excellence)
Buffet | Discussion and exchange
All information on the Automotive Computing event series can be found here.
Registrations until 08.11.2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org