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Introduction to Automotive Cybersecurity C1911


Cybersecurity has become one of the most critical issues in developing autonomous and connected vehicles including vehicle to vehicle (V2V), vehicle to infrastructure (V2I), and vehicle to passenger (V2P) communications. 

This course has been developed for the Chinese auto industry to provide engineers and software developers involved in V2X and related industries with important knowledge about vehicle cybersecurity, including basic cybersecurity practices, interpretation of SAE J3061 standards, connected vehicle attack & defense approaches and the Security Development Lifecycle (SDL). The course also combines the development of advanced technologies of cybersecurity and the connected vehicle industry. 

Learning Objectives

By attending in this seminar, you will be able to:

  • Identify key concepts in automotive cybersecurity and its requirements
  • Identify SAE J3061 standards and relate them to your own development processes
  • Apply the Security Development Lifecycle
  • Explain the future progress of cybersecurity in automotive sector

Who Should Attend

System engineers, cybersecurity engineers, and software engineers from OEMs, Tier One suppliers and other organizations and research firms related to intelligent and connected vehicle development.  This course is also appropriate for both engineering staff and management looking to learn about the cybersecurity issues that affect all aspects of the automotive industry.



Prerequisites
None
DAY ONE
  • Basic security requirements and definition in automotive cybersecurity
    • Vehicle information and communication system architecture
    • Vulnerabilities
    • Analysis of the connected vehicle security requirements
    • Cybersecurity Definition
  • Vehicle R&D and production process in learning SAE J3061 standards
    • Security issues throughout the vehicle R&D, production, test and response cycles
    • Threats recognition and assessment
    • Risk control
    • Security technologies
  • Connected vehicle attack & defense exercise
    • System vulnerability analysis technologies
    • Protocol vulnerability analysis technologies
    • Vulnerability exploitation technologies
    • Defense technologies
  • Connected vehicle Security Development Lifecycle (SDL)
    • Software development process
    • Security issues
    • Security enhancement
    • Building the SDL
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Dr. Wu Jun

Dr. Wu is the Deputy Director of the National Engineering Laboratory of Information Content Analysis, Shanghai Jiaotong University. He waselected to join the “Shanghai Pujiang Talent Program” when he returned to China. He obtained his PhD from Waseda University in Japan and was once a special postdoctoral researcher at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in Japan as well as a specially-appointed researcher at the Global Information and Telecommunication Institute of Waseda university.

He has published more than 100 papers, including 40 SCI (IEEE Transactions, IEEE Journal and other internationally-renowned journals as well as Acta Electronica Sinica, Journal on Communications, etc.) and over 50 EI (internationally-renowned conferences such as IEEE INFOCOM, GLOBECOM and ICC). He has also applied for 30 invention patents. He co-wrote a Wiley/IEEE English book with professor Takura Sato, an IEEE Fellow from Waseda university, and professor Daniel M. Kammen, a Nobel Prize winner from the University of California, Berkeley.

Hotel & Travel Information

Fees: $2000.00
SAE Members: $2000.00 - $2000.00

.7 CEUs
You must complete all course contact hours and successfully pass the learning assessment to obtain CEUs.

For additional information, contact SAE Customer Service 1-877-606-7323 (724-776-4970 outside the U.S. and Canada) or at CustomerService@sae.org.

Duration: 1 Day
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