CANbus vs. Ethernet IDS/IPS

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  • When: July 2, 2020 | 6 p.m. Central Europian Summer Time(UTC+02)

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    Who: Gilad Bandel VP Product and Marketing at Arilou Automotive Cybersfecurity

    CANbus vs. Ethernet IDS/IPS

    A large diversity of attack scenarios can be launched over the CANbus that can exploit protocol inherent vulnerabilities and take advantage of the ECU software weaknesses. As previously demonstrated numerous times, those attacks that can be initiated from inside or outside the vehicle on compromised in-vehicle networks in such a manner which could jeopardize vehicle occupants, other road users and inflict damage to property. The presentation will describe a variety of attack scenarios on the CANbus itself, in various network topologies, explain the methods available to defend the vehicle in terms of detection and, wherever possible, prevention of the attack. The location of the Intrusion Detection System (IDS) and Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) will be discussed and various reporting mechanisms will be considered.

    About the Presenter:

    Gilad drives Arilou’s automotive cyber-security product development. His focus is on delivering unique, innovative and novel functionality - delivering to market state-of-the-art solutions for in-vehicle cyber-security protection. Gilad is an accomplished executive with over 30 years of experience in the cyber-security and networking industries. Having covered markets in Europe, America and the APAC region, Gilad is a renowned expert in conceptualizing and developing go-to-market strategies. He specializes in business development for cyber-security devices and IoT solutions, in critical infrastructure and homeland security markets. Prior to joining Arilou, Gilad served as VP of Product at Radiflow and as Director of Product Management at CyberSeal (a Magal Security company). His goal was to provide cyber-security solutions for critical infrastructure. Earlier positions held include VP of R&D, and CTO at leading networking, telecommunication and homeland security companies.

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