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Russell, Brian; Aaron Guzman; Paul Lanois; and Drew Van Duren
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Security systems, tools and guidance are needed to aid in protecting Connected Vehicles (CVs) and their supporting infrastructure from hackers’ ability to hijack control of CVs. As methods and capacity for connectivity rise, full integration of CVs with the Internet of Things (IoT) is anticipated, which presents all new security challenges. This report analyzes the evolution of vehicle connectivity towards fully connected and autonomous systems and provides recommendations for enterprise-wide security controls to safeguard the driving public. This research also evaluates the security gaps that need attention. The intent is to provide a comprehensive perspective on vehicle security design, which must be flexible enough to adapt to future challenges, and be cognizant of unanticipated threats that future disruptive technologies may bring.
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Cloud Security Alliance
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1994
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Observations and Recommendations on Connected Vehicle Security
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