Results from project CyReV are presented on this page. As time goes by, more reports will be published here. All information here is available for our readers to download and disseminate.
Work package 1 –
The goal of this deliverable is to provide insight into the state of current research frontiers in security and resiliency for vehicles and vehicular security. It also serves as an introduction to the issues faced in the automotive domain with an extensive reference list for more detailed studies.
Author: Thomas Rosenstatter & Katja Tuma
Work package 2 –
Paper: Thomas Rosenstatter, Kim Strandberg, Rodi Jolak, Riccardo Scandariato, Tomas Olovsson, “REMIND: A Framework for the Resilient Design of Automotive Systems,” IEEE Secure Development (SecDev), 2020.
Paper: Kim Strandberg, Thomas Rosenstatter, Rodi Jolak, Nasser Nowdehi, Tomas Olovsson, “Resilient Shield: Reinforcing the Resilience of Vehicles Against Security Threats,” IEEE 93rd Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC2021-Spring), 2021.
Work package 3 –
Paper: Behrooz Sangchoolie, Peter Folkesson, Pierre Kleberger, Jonny Vinter, “Analysis of Cybersecurity Mechanisms with respect to Dependability and Security Attributes,” 50th Annual IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks Workshops (DSN-W), 2020.
Paper: Thomas Rosenstatter, Tomas Olovsson, Magnus Almgren, “V2C: A Trust-Based Vehicle to Cloud Anomaly Detection Framework for Automotive Systems,” 16th International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security, 2021.
The conference presentation video can be found here.
Work package 4 –
Paper: Rodi Jolak, Thomas Rosenstatter, Mazen Mohamad, Kim Strandberg, Behrooz Sangchoolie, Nasser Nowdehi, Riccardo Scandariato, “CONSERVE: A framework for the selection of techniques for monitoring containers security,” Journal of Systems and Software, p.111158, 2021.
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