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Code Quality is Key to Securing the Connected Car

  • Alex Lim (Lead Field Application Engineer, LDRA)
Location: Ballroom F
Pass Type: All-Access Pass - Get your pass now!
Track: Automotive, Industrial & Functional Safety
Format: 50-Minute Technical Session
Audience Level: Introductory
Recording: TBD

This presentation proposes that the threat of automotive cyberattack requires a multi-faceted, multi-level "swiss cheese" defence, and that the compromising of various vehicles has helped to advance thinking in this area. It discusses how approaches such as the separation of the multiple domains on automotive communications infrastructure are logically complemented by the security conscious development of the applications themselves. And it describes how many of the tools and techniques established for the development of high criticality applications lend themselves admirably to the quest to provide an outstanding level of robustness and integrity to maximize the security of the connected car.

Takeaway

Architectural approaches such as the separation of the multiple domains on communications infrastructure key to automotive security, but need to be complemented by the security conscious development of the applications themselves.