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Join our webinar “How security mechanisms can protect cars against hackers”, Sept. 29th

September 10, 2015 

EB security expert Martin Böhner demonstrates mechanisms that secure communication within electronic control units (ECUs) and between the ECUs in a car network.

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The advent of the connected car renders modern vehicles vulnerable to hackers. As hackers focus on exploiting various security gaps in series cars, the scope of the threat becomes clear: the industry now faces ongoing, increasing attacks. Such attacks can immediately transform a security problem into a safety problem for millions of drivers.

In this free 60-minute webinar, EB security expert Martin Böhner demonstrates mechanisms that secure communication within electronic control units (ECUs) and between the ECUs in a car network. Martin has chosen a practical, real-world use case to illustrate the technical approach.

September 29, 2015:  10am (Detroit) | 4pm (Stuttgart) | 7.30pm (Mumbai)

Register here.

If you can’t attend the session live please register anyway and we’ll send you a link to the slides and a video of the session when it’s finished.

Software for the automotive industry