Deep Hacking the Automotive Cyberspace by Uri Bear with Intel
Derech Ha'atzmaut 45 · Haifa
About the Event
About the session:
Connected cars are the future, it just makes sense, doesn’t it? But as cars connect, there is the increased potential for security risks. Automation, AI, Machine learning and plain old style ECU’s contain an ever increasing computation load, an incredibly expanding code base, old and new sensors and algorithms – How do hackers approach all of these? A person skilled in reverse engineering and armed with certain tools may be able to eavesdrop on automotive control data. Even more, an advanced hacker could interfere, interact, and modify both the ECU itself and the data flowing across its wires.
In this presentation, I will present: An introduction to automotive computing environment from a hacker’s point of view.
Why is secure hardware a must-have?
Hacking a car, near or far.
Uri Bear is a security researcher & group leader in Intel’s Security Threat Analysis & Reverse Engineering group. Uri has a background of semiconductor design, failure analysis and general hardware and software mischief, has been specializing in security-related forward and reverse engineering for the past ten years. Uri holds a M.Sc. degree in Electronic Engineering.