CAR HACKING VILLAGE SANDBOX
at RSA Conference 2018 | San Francisco
 

When you arrive at RSA this April in San Francisco, proceed towards the intersection of IT security and society and you’ll find yourself in the RSA Conference Sandbox. Look around and you'll see the CAR HACKING VILLAGE SANDBOX.
 

New this year! Wired and wireless exploitation of vehicle systems has become a critical safety concern for the automotive industry, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Congress, the Department of Homeland Security, and consumers alike. Through hands-on experience with industry experts, the Car Hacking Village Sandbox aims to educate security professionals on the functionality of vehicle systems and the vulnerabilities that could significantly impact the safety and security of today’s drivers and passengers.

• Is Car Hacking Over? AUTOSAR Secure Onboard Communication
• Securing the Future of Mobility: Is Your Connected Car Unhackable?
• Identity's Role in Securing the IoT Connected Car
• How Secure is the Hyper-Connected Car


An ITSP Radio Podcast Series
Chats On The Road To RSA Conference 2018 | San Francisco

 

Beep beep! Get out of my way! I’m not even driving!
What’s the RSAC Car Hacking Village all about?

So I guess there aren’t going to be real cars in the RSA Conference sandbox. As you can imagine, we are really upset about it. We wanted to break things apart and get grease on our hands! But that’s ok, you can still hack the heck out of cars.

In this episode of Chats On The Road to RSA Conference, ITSPmagazine's Sean Martin and Marco Ciappelli are joined by Robert Leale, co-founder of the Car Hacking Village, which is new this year. Wired and wireless exploitation of vehicle systems has become a critical safety concern for the automotive industry and consumers alike. Through hands-on experience with industry experts, the Car Hacking Village Sandbox aims to educate security professionals on the functionality of vehicle systems and the vulnerabilities that could significantly impact the safety and security of today’s drivers and passengers.

Robert Leale  President CanBusHack, Inc. Co-Founder Car Hacking Village Automotive Control Systems Communication. Specialties: Data bus monitoring, reverse engineering.

Robert Leale
President CanBusHack, Inc. Co-Founder Car Hacking Village
Automotive Control Systems Communication. Specialties: Data bus monitoring, reverse engineering.

How far are we from safe and trusted autonomous cars picking us up and driving us around? Is the future far away, or is it already here? At this RSA Conference Sandbox, you will find a virtual vehicle that you can play with and try to hack, as well as six different workshops where people can learn about these systems. The goal is to find the flaws and limitations, while understanding how these systems work, in order to make them better and safer for the end users.

Keep in mind that all these Sandbox events are not just for experts – they’re for everyone who is curious to learn and explore. The ITSPmagazine team is looking forward to spending time at this Sandbox and keeping the conversation going. So come by and get your hands dirty! Virtually speaking, of course, but still as fun.

But first listen to this interesting conversation at the intersection of IT security and society to get an overview of what to expect.

Beep, beep!

 


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But hey, there is more. Yes, to make things even more interesting, after - or before - playing in the Car Hacking Village SandBox you can listen to these brilliant talks:
 

Is Car Hacking Over? AUTOSAR Secure Onboard Communication
Jeffrey Quesnelle | Software Development Manager, Intrepid Control Systems
April 18, 2018 | 9:15 AM - 9:45 AM

Automotive AUTOSAR security promises cars will be unhackable. Can we prove this? Does the evidence show us this to be true? Join this talk to discover how AUTOSAR security works and how we might bypass it.


Securing the Future of Mobility: Is Your Connected Car Unhackable?
Sergey Kravchenko | Senior Business Development Manager, Future Technologies, Kaspersky Lab
April 18, 2018 | 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Modern cars are not just electromechanical vehicles anymore. With each generation, they are becoming more and more connected, incorporating progressive, intelligent technologies to make vehicles more efficient, comfortable and safe. At the same time, new technologies like remote diagnostics, telematics and infotainment are bringing new challenges to the industry.

Learning Objectives:
1: Learn how malicious users could exploit connectivity opportunities of modern cars.
2: Explore how risks could be addressed without major changes to car development.
3: Understand how cybersecurity expertise can be of help to improve car safety.


Identity's Role in Securing the IoT Connected Car
Ashley Stevenson | Identity Technology Director, ForgeRock
April 19, 2018 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

The complex nature of the connected car ecosystem—mobile, cloud-connected, with multiple underlying devices and systems in the car and surrounding infrastructure—demands a unique new approach to security and privacy. Conventional username-and-passwords approaches will be unworkable. Which is why digital identity and access management will be the key enabling technology for the connected car.

Learning Objectives:
1: Explore an effective method for providing a secure connected car experience.
2: Learn about the capabilities of advanced digital identity management.
3: Be introduced to Automotive Grade Linux.


How Secure is the Hyper-Connected Car
Dionis Teshler | CTO, GuardKnox Cyber Technologies
Andreas Wuchner | CTO Security Innovation, DXC Technology

April 19, 2018 | 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Every new vehicle on the road is connected now. As we continue to open our cars to more connectivity, we also dramatically increase the attack surface. Securing vehicles and understanding these new threats presents an entirely new enigma. This challenge is emphasized by the remote connectivity of the vehicles which can affect safety critical systems especially as cars become more and more autonomous.

Learning Objectives:
1: Understand different approaches to automotive cybersecurity.
2: Learn how to transform IT security solutions into the automotive space.
3: Understand use cases when considering hyperconnected vehicles.


Schedule:

Tuesday, April 17, 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM
(opens with CyBEER Ops - access included for Full Conference passholders, guest tickets available for purchase)
Wednesday, April 18, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM (open to all badge types)
Thursday, April 19, 8:00 AM – 3:30 PM (open to all badge types)

Location:

The Sandbox will be located in the Marriott Marquis, Yerba Buena 8, adjacent to the RSAC Early Stage Expo.