|LONGARI STEFANO||Cycle: XXXIII |
Section: Computer Science and Engineering
Tutor: PRADELLA MATTEO
Advisor: ZANERO STEFANO Major Research topic
:Automotive Lifecycle Security SystemAbstract:
Automotive security has only become a reality in the last ten to fifteen years. Researchers have demonstrated the security issues of connected vehicles, proving the possibility of remote attacks that can disrupt the driving and endanger the people inside and outside the car . A considerable amount of different solutions have been proposed, mostly focusing on authentication, intrusion detection and gateway implementations, also considering internal network layouts. The majority of the proposed solutions are still not implemented in real world scenarios and the reasons for this are not only related to the feasibility of the single solution, but also due to the lack of communication and unification of the various solutions amongst themselves. The objective of this work is to create a system that implements the state of the art of multiple defense mechanisms, specifically a risk analysis tool that provides solutions in regard to the layout of internal networks, a tool to discover the ECUs inside a vehicle, a gateway which provides firewall features related to the solution proposals given by the risk analysis tool and finally an intrusion detection system that can be used to ensure that even if an attacker manages to enter the network it will not be able to abuse of it.