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A Framework for Assessing the Security of the Connected Car Infrastructure

@inproceedings{Kleberger2011AFF,
  title={A Framework for Assessing the Security of the Connected Car Infrastructure},
  author={Pierre Kleberger and Asrin Javaheri and Tomas Olovsson and Erland Jonsson},
  booktitle={ICSNC 2011},
  year={2011}
}
In this paper, a framework for assessing the security of the connected car infrastructure is presented. The framework includes a model of the infrastructure and a security assessment tree. The model consists of a managed infrastructure and the vehicle communication. The managed infrastructure is further divided into five parts; automotive company applications’ centre, third party applications’ centre, trusted network, untrusted network, and the Internet backbone. The model clarifies the… Expand
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