Risks of Connected Car Security

Secure Coding Best Practices for the Automotive Industry

Each ECU in a car can contain in excess of a hundred million lines of code, meaning automotive vehicles have an increasingly large attack surface. With car manufacturers continuing to eliminatthe mechanical links between the driver and the drive train, ensuring software security is imperative. Robert Seacord talks at the PRQA Fall Seminar: Secure Coding Best Practices for Automotive.

Learn more about: 

  • Expanding Attack Surface
  • Car-to-X Vulnerabilities 
  • Assuring the ECUs
  • CERT C Secure Coding Standards
  • SCALe Conformance Testing
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About the Speaker

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Robert Seacord
Lead for CERT's Secure Coding Initiative at Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute (SEI)

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