CAN Bus: Attacks and Mitigations

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  • When: July 16, 2020 | 6 p.m. Central European Summer Time(UTC+02)

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    Who: Dr. Ken Tindell Chief Technology Officer at Canis Automotive Labs Ltd.

    CAN Bus: Attacks and Mitigations

    CAN is an old protocol, dating back to the late 1980s when few had heard of the Internet let alone the idea of connecting cars to it. It remains ubiquitous because it’s almost perfectly designed to fit the needs of the automotive industry. But now it is time to directly address the security of CAN. This webinar describes some of the attacks on CAN buses, both frame-level attacks and low-level protocol attacks on the CAN protocol, and some of the mitigations, including the latest security augmentation of the CAN protocol using hardware IP developed by Canis Automotive Labs.

    About the Presenter:

    Dr. Ken Tindell is the co-founder and CTO of Canis Automotive Labs. His doctorate is in real-time scheduling from the University of York where he developed Deadline Monotonic Analysis for CAN bus. He co-founded the automotive real-time OS company LiveDevices (later acquired by Bosch) and co-founded Volcano Communications Technology, a joint-venture with Volvo and Motorola and one of the pioneers of the LIN protocol (later acquired by Mentor Graphics).

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