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Intel Accelerates Car Security with New Initiative

14/09/2015 by Sharon Shahzad


Intel Security is taking steps to improve cybersecurity in automobiles with the launch of a new review board dedicated to connected cars and a report outlining best practices for manufacturers.

The Automotive Security Review Board (ASRB) will involve experts from across the globe working on security tests and audits to establish best practices and recommendations for in-vehicle cyber security.

Intel said it’s donating its automotive advanced development platforms to the research team to help with their work.

Meanwhile, the white paper launched today outlines a few key areas of best practice in cybersecurity for connected vehicles.

It begins by warning that security must be included right from the start – in the vehicle’s design phase.

Technologies to consider include “secure boot, trusted execution environments, tamper protection, isolation of safety critical systems, message authentication, network encryption, data privacy, behavioral monitoring, anomaly detection, and shared threat intelligence.”

As part of the “institutionalized process” of designing security into automobile manufacture, firms should look to code reviews, pen-testing at a component and system level, and continuous validation of maintenance and upgrade plans, the report claims.

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