Introducing Safety and Security Co-engineering Related Research Orientations in the Field of Automotive Security

Authors

  • Árpád Török
    Affiliation

    Department of Automotive Technologies, Faculty of Transportation Engineering and Vehicle Engineering, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, H-1521 Budapest, P. O. B. 91, Hungary

  • Zsombor Pethő
    Affiliation

    Department of Automotive Technologies, Faculty of Transportation Engineering and Vehicle Engineering, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, H-1521 Budapest, P. O. B. 91, Hungary

https://doi.org/10.3311/PPtr.15850

Abstract

Since modern vehicles are connected and their transport processes are strongly supported by different automated functions, malicious external interventions can impair safety integrity. Therefore, it seems to be reasonable in the future to introduce safety and security co-engineering approaches in the automotive industry. With regard to the performed evaluation, three main promising research orientations have been identified. Automotive safety and security related development of co-engineering methodology and validation framework are of key importance from the viewpoint of autonomous transportation. Accordingly, a scenario based, integrated evaluation of automotive safety and security would be closely fit to the concept of SOTIF and the SoS approach. Beyond this, the communication and network security of "vehicle to everything" channels have to also be in the focus of automotive researches. Additionally, the development of automotive anomaly detection systems, especially focusing on the complex SoS operation processes will be a highly important research orientation.

Keywords:

automotive safety, automotive security, safety co-engineering, security co-engineering

Published Online

2020-08-07

How to Cite

Török, Árpád, Pethő, Z. (2020) “Introducing Safety and Security Co-engineering Related Research Orientations in the Field of Automotive Security”, Periodica Polytechnica Transportation Engineering, 48(4), pp. 349–356. https://doi.org/10.3311/PPtr.15850

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