2016-04-20Konferenzveröffentlichung DOI: 10.18452/1433
Security Evolution in Vehicular Systems
Modern vehicles contain a complex network of computer systems, which makes security considerations a necessary part of the design process. Due to a vehicle’s long deployment phase, static security solutions become obsolete and ineffective over time. Research has mostly focused on how to improve security in vehicles, however, not addressing the need to keep security solutions effective during the entire lifetime of a vehicle. In order to address the changing environment there is a need to create strategies for architectural components, security mechanisms, and update processes that together enable the evolution of the security mechanisms themselves. Our approach is to analyze security mechanisms for how they can fail and what this means from a security evolution perspective. Based on this analysis we can then create solutions in order to evolve deployed security mechanisms over time.
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