Workshop on Automotive Cyber Security

Program

[9:00 / 9:15]

Greetings and Workshop introduction

[9:15 / 10:30]

First paper session - Defense for automotive systems

A Comparative Analysis of ISO/SAE 21434 and UNECE WP.29 R155
Gianpiero Costantino, Marco De Vincenzi and Ilaria Matteucci
ATVSA: Vehicle Driver Profiling for Situational Awareness
Rashid Khan, Neetesh Saxena, Omer Rana and Prosanta Gope
Tampering Detection for Automotive Exhaust Aftertreatment Systems using Long Short-Term Memory Predictive Networks
Roland Bolboaca, Piroska Haller, Dimitrios Kontses, Alexandros Papageorgiou-Koutoulas, Stylianos Doulgeris, Nikolaos Zingopis and Zissis Samaras

[10:30 / 11:00]

Coffe Break

[11:05 / 11:55]

Second paper session - Attacks on automotive systems

Fuzzing Malicious Driving Behavior to find Vulnerabilities in Collision Avoidance Systems
Ivan F. Salgado, Nicanor Quijano, Daniel Fremont and Alvaro A. Cardenas
bAdvertisement: Attacking Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems Using Print Advertisements
Ben Nassi, Jacob Shams, Raz Ben Netanel and Yuval Elovici.

[12:00]

Lunch