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CAE Tech Talk: CANSentry: Securing CAN-Based Cyber-Physical Systems against Denial and Spoofing Attacks
February 17 @ 10:00 am - 10:50 am
Topic: CANSentry: Securing CAN-Based Cyber-Physical Systems against Denial and Spoofing Attacks
Time: 1:00pm –1:50pm EST / 10:00am – 10:50am PST
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Presenter(s): Dr. Bo Luo, The University of Kansas
Description: The Controller Area Network (CAN) has been widely adopted as the de facto communication standard in automotive and industrial control systems. In its initial design, CAN only provided very limited security features, which is seriously behind today’s standards for secure communication. In this talk, the presenter will introduce the security vulnerabilities of CAN bus against DoS and spoofing attacks. The presenter will then present a CAN firewall, namely CANSentry, that prevents malicious nodes’ misbehaviors such as injecting unauthorized commands or disabling targeted services.
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