United Kingdom, September 23 - 27, 2019
To ensure interconnectivity, connected cars rely on wireless and cellular communication interfaces. This exposes them to underlying security risks. In certain scenarios, attackers can gain direct remote access to the in-vehicle network of a vehicle.
This week form September 23 - 27, 2019, INsig2’s head of digital forensic department Krešimir Hausknecht will be participating in the 3rd Interpol Car Cyber Threat Expert Group. This meeting will explore the car cyber threat landscape and try to gain an understanding of the different threat vectors and how the industry can protect themselves from these as well as how law enforcement could investigate such a threat if it is used for criminal gains.
The cyberthreat meeting is intended for managers and expert practitioners working in the field of automotive cyber threat and digital forensics. The aim of this forum is to continue the constructive dialogue between automotive representatives and law enforcement with a roadmap for further structural cooperation as proposed output.