Fuzz testing offers a high benefit-to-cost ratio and can often reveal serious defects that are overlooked when software is written and debugged.
Vehicle cybersecurity regulations are evolving. ESCRYPT in partnership with KPMG, developed PROOF, a unified, traceable, auto cybersecurity framework.
The automotive industry is facing a dramatic transformation that brings fundamental changes to vehicle E/E architectures in the connected and automated driving environment. Designs are shifting from many application-specific ECUs to a few high-performance domain controllers with bundled functionalities. This technical engineering trend imposes a consolidation of automotive cybersecurity and a change of the AUTOSAR architecture.
OEM HSM specifications are constantly evolving. Trying to keep up or update your software internally takes time and resources. ESCRYPT’s CycurHSM is pre-configured HSM firmware that eliminates months of development time, getting you ready for model year 2023.
Maybe you want to learn about car communication, participate in automotive capture-the-flag (CTF) events, or you’re worried about the overall security protection of the car. Where do you start? We’ll cover five phases of hacking a car – ethically – and what to consider in each phase. This is part two of a two-part blog post.