Check out the Automotive Security training at Hardwear.io! Nils Weiss and Enrico Pozzobon, two researchers from the University of Applied Sciences in Regensburg, Germany, who are frequently presenting their research at ASRG, will be hosting a training at Hardwear.io. These two are great trainers and we are sure that this will be a great training.
Automotive Security is becoming more and more important but entrance into this research field is still very difficult.
In this training, we will teach all basics of automotive protocols and systems which are required to understand all details and specialties of ECUs. We will provide physical ECUs for hardware reverse engineering and explanation, a virtualized and remote environment to overcome the usual difficulties during practical work on hardware systems. In the automotive industry, every OEM has its own design philosophy. We introduce relevant tools and background information, necessary for the hacking of real cars. Furthermore, we introduce basics on firmware reverse engineering of automotive systems. Last but not least, we show automation strategies for automotive network security and system security assessments.