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Wireless Security in Road Vehicles - Improving Security in the SIGYN System

Trådlös säkerhet för fordon - Säkerhetsförbättringar inom SIGYN-projektet

Marko Jusufovic ; Matthias Nilsson
Göteborg : Chalmers tekniska högskola, 2009. 57 s.
[Examensarbete på avancerad nivå]

Remote wireless diagnostics and firmware updates are emerging technologies in the vehicular industry. They have many benefits, such as the ability for a manufacturer to perform firmware updates on a large population at the same time, without having to get vehicles to visit a workshop. Previous systems have relied on wired connections for performing these actions, and therefore the vehicle has not needed a lot of protection. By introducing wireless capabilities in the vehicles, vehicle manufacturers now face new risks which must be prevented or mitigated. We have studied such a wireless system, SIGYN, currently being developed by Volvo Personvagnar and Volvo IT in collaboration with Chalmers. We have written a reference client, which will be used for testing. We have examined security requirements and implemented security mechanisms to show how security in SIGYN could be improved. We have found a number of measures to increase security in the system and have implemented some of them. However, our work is only one step on the way to a fully secure system. Thus we finally provide a discussion of which further actions need to be taken.

Nyckelord: Vehicle, wireless security, remote diagnostics, Fordon, trådlös säkerhet, fjärrdiagnostik

Publikationen registrerades 2010-04-14. Den ändrades senast 2013-04-04

CPL ID: 119794

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