Building the Best In-Vehicle Cyber Defense: Network Design, Testing Labs, and Research Classification
It starts with the network. Chris Lupini, Cybersecurity Chief Engineer at Delphi, discusses the latest trends in designing electrical architecture purpose-built for cybersecurity. Topics addressed include secure ECU consolidation, merging wired and wireless interfaces, maximizing power and data flow, and the critical need for OEMs to come together on standards for V2V communications.
It becomes trusted through testing. Justin Montalbano, Cybersecurity Engineer at Delphi, shares the good and the bad about building your own cybersecurity testing lab, including various development processes, the cost of tools used for hacking, how to find the people you need, facility requirements, the importance of third-party contracts, and our collective role in shaping cross-industry standards so we know when good enough is good enough.
It stays ahead of the hackers through research. Dan Klinedinst, Technical Steering Committee member of the Future of Automotive Security Technology Research (FASTR) consortium, reveals insights from a comprehensive review of classifying the full spectrum of research and coverage in the automotive cybersecurity field, including vulnerabilities, defense, and prevention. Learn where this work with Drexel University will go next.