ACSS2020: Secure the Intelligent Connected Vehicle in the era of New Regulation
The automotive industry lacks a standard approach for dealing with cybersecurity. For an industry used to breaking down complex challenges and standardizing responses, cybersecurity remains an unstandardized anomaly. Thus far, automotive suppliers have a hard time dealing with the varying requirements of their OEM customers. Consequently, they try to balance the use of common security requirements that go into their core products against those via the software adjustments made for individual OEMs. However, current supplier relationships and contractual arrangements often do not allow OEMs to test the end-to-end cybersecurity of a vehicle platform or technology stack made up of parts sourced from various suppliers. That can make it difficult for both suppliers and OEMs to work together to achieve effective cybersecurity during automotive software development and testing.
The difficulty is about to change. Regulators are preparing minimum standards for vehicle software and cybersecurity that will affect the entire value chain. Cybersecurity concerns now reach into every modern car in the form of demands made by regulators and type-approval authorities. For example, in April 2018, California’s final regulations on autonomous-vehicle testing and deployment came into effect, requiring autonomous vehicles to meet appropriate industry standards for cybersecurity. While these regulations have an immediate impact on a limited fleet, the World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations under the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) is expected in 2020 to finalize its regulation on cybersecurity and software updates. This will make cybersecurity a clear requirement for future vehicle sales; the associated regulations will affect new vehicle-type approvals in more than 60 countries (Exhibit 2). Industry experts see the upcoming UNECE regulation only as the beginning of a new era of technical compliance regulation in the automotive sector addressing the increase and significance of software and connectivity within the industry.
At the 5th Annual China Automotive Cyber Security Summit 2020 to be held on the 26th — 28th in Shanghai, Dr. Kai Frederik ZASTROW, the Chairman of OICA Technical Committee and the Master Expert Regulation Certification Standards of Groupe PSA will give a keynote presentation talking about the risks of cyberattacks to motor vehicles and their trailers; Current situation of worldwide standards and regulations on automotive cybersecurity; Development by the United Nations of an international regulation on automotive cybersecurity; Test phase of the draft international regulation with authorities and technical services; Implementation of the UN Regulation in the different countries and the Outlook. Besides, Dr. Zirao Cheng, the Leader of Information Security and Intelligent Ecology Senior Expert of IoT Security and Director of Intelligent Ecological Technology of Xiaopeng Automotive will introduce Xiaopeng Automobile’s Construction and Practice of Intelligent IoT Security System “ . Dr. Cheng will introduce Xiaopeng Automobile’s intelligent IoT security architecture, share how Xiaopeng Automobile connects the car, cloud, and mobile phones, and how to implement intelligent IoT security interactions between multiple terminals to achieve a safe and convenient security experience and service for customers; By taking the digital car key as an example of practical application, he will share with Xiaopeng Automotive’s intelligent ecological feasible landing scene and cooperation direction with all ecological partners.
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Presentation Topic: “The Future International Regulation on Automotive Cybersecurity”
This presentation will introduce the Risks of cyberattacks to motor vehicles and their trailers; Current situation of worldwide standards and regulations on automotive cybersecurity; Development by the United Nations of an international regulation on automotive cybersecurity; Test phase of the draft international regulation with authorities and technical services; Implementation of the UN Regulation in the different countries and the Outlook
Speaker: Dr. Kai Frederik ZASTROW, Chairman of OICA Technical Committee; Master Expert Regulation Certification Standards, Groupe PSA
Presentation Topic: “ Xiaopeng Automobile — Construction and Practice of Intelligent IoT Security System “
This presentation will introduce Xiaopeng Automobile’s intelligent IoT security architecture, share how Xiaopeng Automobile connects the car, cloud, and mobile phones, and how to implement intelligent IoT security interactions between multiple terminals to achieve a safe and convenient security experience and service for customers. Taking the digital car key as an example of practical application, I will share and explore with Xiaopeng Automotive the intelligent ecological feasible landing scene and cooperation direction with all ecological partners.
Speaker: Dr. Zirao Cheng, Leader of Information Security and Intelligent Ecology Senior Expert of IoT Security and Director of Intelligent Ecological Technology, Xiaopeng Automotive
Presentation Topics: “Cybersecurity Issues and Solutions for In-vehicle Networks”
With the rapid development of automotive intelligence, autonomous driving technologies will gradually be put into practical use, and requirements for the security of the in-vehicle network are gradually raised. This presentation covers CAN / CANFD, Ethernet and other buses from the perspectives of threat analysis and risk assessment, best practices, standards, and solutions, which explores the network security protection system of the in-vehicle network.
Speaker: Yun Li, Ph.D, Vecentek Co., Ltd./University of Electronics Science & Technology of China
Presentation Topics: “Thinkings and Exploration of Intelligent Connected Vehicle Dynamic Defense System”
This presentation will introduce to you the Intelligent connected vehicle product analysis in massive production status; Security threat migration trend from functional evolution; Analysis of Intelligent connected Security Standardization System; Thoughts on the core elements and architecture of security defense; Dynamic confrontation solution exploration practice; Alibaba Cloud Intelligent Connected Automotive Safety Core Capability Summary
Speaker: Wei Zhong, Senior Security Expert, Alibaba AliOS
Presentation Topics: “ When IOV Security Meets Security Certification “
With the increasing intelligence and Internet of automobiles, the information security of the Internet of Vehicles is also developing rapidly, and the potential risk factor is also increasing. The information security of the Internet of Vehicles has become a “new battlefield” for vehicle safety. This speech starts from the information security threats faced by the Internet of Vehicles, and leads to the mainstream information security authentication mechanism at home and abroad, and illustrates the process and necessity of the information security certification of the Internet of Vehicles products.
Speaker: Haichun Zhang, Senior researcher, Vehicle Security Laboratory, Seczone Group
Presentation Topics: “ Research on Automotive Cybersecurity Trend and Testing Technology in the Domestics and Overseas”
• The current situation analysis of automobile information security at home and abroad;
• Analysis of domestic and foreign automobile information security trends;
• and Foreign automobile information security test technology research.
Speaker: Xintian Hou, Department of Security Testing and Research PM, Detection and Certification Division ·Software Evaluation Center, China Automotive Technology and Research Center Co.,Ltd.
ACSS2020 has become the leading dedicated and focused annually event for worldwide leading company decision makers, authoritive professionals and governmental officers in China automotive industry. This year thie event features with 2 workshops, 2 days main conferences, awards and gala diners, goup discussion, that content rich program and sufficient networking time helping you to effectively share your ideas, products and technologies, meet your clients and grow your impact on the automotive cyber security industry in China and global.
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