Engineers, scientists and consultants with an interest in the cybersecurity of connected and autonomous vehicles.
Automotive manufactures, electronics designers and suppliers, components manufacturers and software tool developers.
Policy makers, academics and researchers.
Duration / assessment:
- Presentations centred upon group interaction;
- Activity sessions utilising hands-on user interaction;
- Group discussions, facilitated by the lecturer
Mira Technology Institute
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Aim of the Course:
Automotive cybersecurity (Beginners) provides a major challenge to connected and autonomous vehicles. This course addresses the wider challenges of increasing digital and software components on connected platforms and focusses specifically on threat intelligence and engineering aspects of automotive systems. Issues of policy and personal data are also explored.
Overwiew of Course:
Cyber Security for the Automotive Industry (Beginners)
- Introduction to modern automotive
- Vehicular developments: Connectivity and autonomy
- Advances in communication and sensing technologies
- Recent high-profile attacks
- Security threat analysis
- Attack surfaces for connected platforms
- Systematic threat mapping and hacker motivations
- Over-The-Air (OTA) updates