When: Nov. 19, 2020 | 6 p.m. Central European Summer Time(UTC+02)
Who: Rafael Boix Carpi Principal Trainer at Riscure
Automotive product security from an attacker’s perspectiveIn this presentation, we will address the topic of security in automotive products, and some typical pitfalls & risky assumptions that happen when designing, implementing, and testing new components. In particular, we will highlight some aspects of threat modeling and the required perspective shift from safety to cybersecurity. We will also talk about some attacks such as Fault Injection or Side-Channel Analysis, which can compromise the security architecture of a device, as well as enable more complex & scalable attacks. Finally, we will also give some pointers about what can be done to enable a strong security foundation in automotive products.
About the Presenter:Rafael Boix Carpi (Rafa) is a Principal Trainer and Security Specialist at Riscure. His fields of expertise include side-channel analysis and fault injection in embedded devices. Rafa has presented talks and workshops at several conferences worldwide (NULLCON 2019, RSA Conference 2018, CCC camp 2015, Crypto Summerschool 2017, 2015 and 2014, etc.), as well as authored and collaborated on several research papers. Rafa enjoys working with customers to come up with an effective strategy to enhance the security of their products. He is interested in information security, software development, hardware hacking, and embedded devices, especially in the automotive domain; tearing apart any device with chips on it until its secrets are revealed and sharing how to do it for learning how to make things more secure.
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