Trainer Name: Nils Weiss , Enrico Pozzobon
Title: Automotive Networks-, Controllers- and Systems-Security
Dates: April 5, 2022 To April 7, 2022
Time: 9 a.m. To 5:30 p.m. CEST
Venue: NH Hotel, Alexanderplatz, Berlin-Germany
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Automotive Security is becoming more and more important but entrance into this research field is still very difficult.
In this training, we will teach all basics of automotive protocols and systems which are required to understand all details and specialties of ECUs. We will provide physical ECUs for hardware reverse engineering and explanation, a virtualized and remote environment to overcome the usual difficulties during practical work on hardware systems. In the automotive industry, every OEM has its own design philosophy. We introduce relevant tools and background information, necessary for the hacking of real cars. Furthermore, we introduce basics on firmware reverse engineering of automotive systems. Last but not least, we show automation strategies for automotive network security and system security assessments.
Training level: Intermediate
Nils Weiss is PhD students at the Laboratory for Safe and Secure Systems (las3.de) of the University of Applied Sciences in Regensburg. He is focusing on automotive security research since more than 5 years. After an internship at Tesla Motors, Nils decided to start with automotive security research. During his bachelor and master program, he started with penetration testing of entire vehicle. Besides penetration testing of automotive systems, he is contributing to open source penetration testing frameworks for automotive systems (Scapy).
Enrico Pozzobon started with automotive security during his Erasmus semester at the University of Applied Sciences in Regensburg. He studied telecommunication engineering at the University of Padua. Since 4 years, Nils and Enrico are building up a laboratory for automotive penetration testing at the University of Applied Sciences in Regensburg. Besides automotive, he is focusing on side channel analysis and fault injection attacks. Enrico contributes to the NIST Lightweight Cryptography project.