When: May 6, 2020 | 6 p.m. Central European Summer Time(UTC+02)
Who: Roi Mit Chief Marketing Officier at Regulus Cyber
Lessons Learned for Automotive Navigation after the Tesla GPS HackRegulus Cyber is the first company focusing on cybersecurity software for GPS. GPS is widely used across multiple automotive applications and in extensive use across multiple vehicles on the road today. The Regulus Cyber researchers found that spoofing attacks on the Tesla GNSS (GPS) receiver could be carried out wirelessly and remotely, exploiting security vulnerabilities in mission-critical telematics, sensor fusion, and navigation capabilities. This talk will share the current state of GPS technology in vehicles, present existing navigation systems in both ADAS and autonomous vehicles, and detail the GPS spoofing experiment and the results. Regulus' experts will also offer insight on best practices for GPS Cybersecurity and designing robust navigation systems.
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