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Distributed trust-level concept for Autonomous Cooperative Vehicle Networks

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  • When: March 18, 2021 | 6 p.m. Central European Time(UTC+01)

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    Who: Tobias Madl PhD student at Fraunhofer Institute for Applied and Integrated Security

    Distributed trust-level concept for Autonomous Cooperative Vehicle Networks

    Trust is one of the biggest issues in cooperative automotive networks, as it directly influences the behavior of the participating vehicles. If data is seen as trustful, it often directly influences the sensor fusion of a vehicle and for example stops it, if a collision warning is received. The author will present a new security concept which is based on the ETSI PKI standard (ETSI TS 103 097), in order to assign and manage an individual, but anonymous trust level to each vehicle. The main goal of this approach is an improvement of the sensor fusion by giving an additional weighting factor and creating a new protection layer for common attacks against cooperative intelligent transportation systems (cITS) like sybil attacks.

    About the Presenter:

    Tobias is Ph.D student at Fraunhofer Institute for Applied and Integrated Security (AISEC) and Technical University of Munich (TUM). His major tasks at AISEC are security analysis in the automotive and industrial field, as well as security penetration testing in both domains. He has a B.S. degree in Computer Science and a M.S. of Applied Research in Engineering Sciences with the focus on automotive security from Hochschule M├╝nchen. In 2018 he won the European Cyber Security Challenge (ECSC) against 17 international teams and is currently member of the ALLES! capture the flag team, which is ranked number one in Germany and top 15 worldwide. Tobias is also founding member of the non-profit organization Nachwuchsf├Ârderung IT-Sicherheit e.V. (NFITS).



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