Title: Comparison of Safety and Security analysis techniques
Authors: Emilia Cioroaica, Smruti Ranjan Kar, and Ioannis Sorokos
Document type: Publication in Conference proceedings
Publication info: CISIS 2021 Conference http://2021.cisisconference.eu/
Growing adoption of new technological advancements within the automotive domain is highlighting multiple safety and security concerns. Aiming at reducing the errors humans make on the roads, deployment of novel and intelligent technological solutions are likely to introduce multiple vulnerabilities that can be exploited by attackers. In automated driving scenarios, in particular, vehicles communicating with each other using ad-hoc networks are becoming vulnerable to specialized cyber-physical attacks. A single compromised vehicle will provide an attack entry point for all linked vehicles, putting lives of passengers at risk. In this paper, we present an overview and evaluation of safety and security analysis methods applied on a use case from the automotive domain.