13-14 December 2018 - Troy, MI

Introduction to Car Hacking with CANbus C1857

SAE International

SAE International
755 West Big Beaver, Suite 1600
Troy, MI 48084

8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

The automotive and heavy-duty truck industries are developing standards to address On-Board Diagnostics (OBD) cybersecurity with the Sociality of Automotive Engineers (SAE). SAE is taking best practices from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to prevent unauthorized access to sensitive vehicle data over a CAN network.

Topics include:

  • Design confidence – Interoperability
  • Why use standards? – What is Interop
  • Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) / AVB – Overview
  • Gateway ECU design challenges
  • Review of Ethernet switching modes
  • Automated Protocol conformance testing
  • Automotive conformance test suites
  • Performance testing
  • Network topology and configuration pitfalls review
  • Switch Benchmarking methodology RFC2544
  • Ethernet usage cases

Attendees will learn about existing limitations of digital forensics, along with hand-on labs for ECU hacking and a review of existing hacking tools alongside demonstrations on data acquisition, diagnostics and anomaly detection for CAN and Ethernet networks.

Spirent’s Jeff Warra will be a guest speaker at the SAE Vehicle Cybersecurity Training Course introducing concepts and testing methodologies of Ethernet development in the first track on day 2.

Jeff Warra
Topic: Concepts and testing methodologies of Ethernet development
Speaker: Jeff Warra, Senior Marketing Technical Engineer, Spirent Communications
Date: Dec 14, 2018 (Track 1, Chapter 7 - OBDII and CAN-Bus Diagnostics)

We look forward to seeing you in Michigan!

Event page: www.sae.org/learn/content/c1857/