WP7 – Security and Privacy Claims
The main objective of this work package is to develop a security certification methodology combining risk assessment and testing to evaluate a system over a series of security and privacy claims based on objective metrics, allowing harmonisation and mutual recognition based on evidence that quantify the level of trust.
The specific goals of WP7 are to:
- Identify suitable security and privacy metrics and claims to evaluate the security and privacy of a system
- Develop a security certification methodology using the identified security and privacy metrics and claims.
- D7.1 Report on the identified security and privacy metrics and security claims to evaluate the security of a system WP7 (6 – UMU) Report Public M12
- D7.2 Security certification methodology definition WP7 (6 – UMU) Report Public M18
- D7.3 Security certification methodology development WP7 (6 – UMU) Report Public M24
Barcelona IOT Solutiona World Congress - Day 2
Barcelona IOT Solution World Congress - Day 1
BIECO onsite meeting – Barcelona - January 2023Discussions about the integration of the 3 use cases.
CISIS 2022 15th International Conference on Computational Intelligence in Security for Information Systems International Joint Conferences SOCO-CISIS-ICEUTE-HAIS 2022 Proceedings CISIS ICEUTE...
Once the secure communication with a vehicle has been demonstrated for remote FW update, it is straightforward to extend it to general Service-Over-the-Air architecture and even further.
Securing remote and in-vehicle communications against cyber-attacks, possibly performed with quantum computers in the near future, is a major goal in the automotive sector. For such a purpose I-FEV focused on a thorough study and an architecture and protocol design to develop and implement a Service Over the Air (SOtA )system, starting from Electronic Control Unit (ECU) firmware update on its electric vehicles from remote.