Registration for AutoSec lunch seminar on 26/10/2022

AutoSec lunch seminar on Wednesday 26/10/2022 AutoSec invites you to a lunch seminar concerning Cybersecurity in the Automotive industry Time: Wednesday, October 26th at 11.45-13.00 Adress: Östra Hamngatan 5, Göteborg There will be a light lunch served in the...

Malicious USB-C cables and USB-C as a EU standard

Almost one year ago, the EU commission forwarded a legislation to establish a common charging solution for all relevant devices in their work against electronic-waste and consumer inconvenience, caused by the prevalence of different, incompatible chargers for...

2022 so far and the journey of a programmer to hack their car

The first half of 2022 The first half of the year 2022 started with a vulnerability in Tesla vehicles allowing attackers to control some vehicle functions. This vulnerability in a third-party application highlighted once more that vehicles have become a platform on...

Automated vehicles banned due to security concerns

Automated vehicles banned due to security concerns Modern vehicles are equipped with a manifold of sensors in order to provide functionality, such as lane keeping and even more automated functionalities often referred to as pilot assist or autopilot. The array of...