The seven golden rules of successful automotive security testing

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  • When: June 2, 2021 | 6 p.m. Central Europian Summer Time(UTC+02)

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    Who: Dr. Martin Moser Head of Consulting & Testing Munich at ESCRYPT GmbH at ESCRYPT GmbH

    The seven golden rules of successful automotive security testing

    Cyberattacks, or hacks, are an omnipresent and ever-increasing threat to today’s and tomorrow’s connected and (semi-)autonomous vehicles. In order to reduce the risk it is essential for manufacturers of such systems to find (and fix) potential vulnerabilities in their systems before others do. Moreover, this is where security testing comes into play. The main goal of security testing is not to damage the system, but to analyze the potential for unauthorized parties to gain access to the system's features and data and thereby reduce the subsequent risk for the operators and, ultimately, also the consumers. In this webinar, we will share with you our experiences in security testing. We will discuss different security testing methods/principles and elaborate on which components of an automotive system should be tested in which setup. We will also put the focus on test requirements coming from new regulations like UN R155 and standards like ISO/SAE 21434.

    About the Presenter:

    Martin received his diploma in Business Mathematics at the University of Augsburg in 2008 and finished his PhD in Mathematics at the Technical University of Munich in 2012. After that he started working as a Security Engineer and Project Manager at ESCRYPT in Munich, where he successfully worked on many different projects in the area of automotive security. In 2015 he took over responsibility over the ESCRYPT branch in Munich as Head of Security Consulting and Testing Munich. He is leading the technical group in Munich consisting of security consulting and testing teams and is responsible for the field of security testing at ESCRYPT worldwide.

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