Towards an Integrated In-Vehicle Isolation and Resilience Framework for Connected Autonomous Vehicles: The Ninth International Conference on Advances in Vehicular Systems, Technologies and Applications

Khaled Mahbub, Mohammad Patwary, Antonio Nehme

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    Abstract

    Connected Autonomous Vehicles (CAV) have attracted significant attention, specifically due to successful deployment of ultra-reliable low-latency communications with Fifth Generation (5G) wireless networks. Due to the safety-critical nature of CAV, reliability is one of the well-investigated areas of research. Security of in-vehicle communications is mandatory to achieve this goal. Unfortunately, existing research so far focused on in-vehicle isolation or resilience independently. This short paper presents the elements of an integrated in-vehicle isolation and resilience framework to attain a higher degree of reliability for CAV systems. The proposed framework architecture leverages benefits of Trusted Execution Environments to mitigate several classes of threats. The framework implementation is also mapped to the AUTOSAR open automotive standard.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages15-19
    Number of pages5
    Publication statusPublished (VoR) - 18 Oct 2020

    Keywords

    • Isolation; Resilience; ECU; Monitoring; Trusted Execution Environment; AUTOSAR; Certification

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