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Your single, comprehensive source containing the latest cyber-physical security industry resources and news. Built with feedback from our customers and leaders in the industry to help you detect, mitigate, and reduce vulnerabilities in your products and services.

The Cybersecurity Knowledge Hub is your place to stay informed with current news from SAE and other leading sources, keep up to date with relevant, curated training and events, and access cutting-edge regulatory updates and standards.

Written by Kirsten Koepsel, The Aerospace Supply Chain and Cyber Security: Challenges Ahead looks at the current state of commercial aviation and cyber security, how information technology and its attractiveness to cyber attacks are affecting it, and the way supply chains have become a vital part of the industry’s cyber-security strategy.

SAE International Journal of Transportation Cybersecurity and Privacy is a scholarly publication of original high-quality scientific articles focusing on the Cyber Physical System (CPS) related areas of transportation cybersecurity and privacy.

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Michigan Governor Rick Snyder joined industry leaders at the 2018 SAE CyberAuto Challenge to announce a new high school curriculum focused on automotive cybersecurity training and filling the existing skills gap in the career field of automotive cybersecurity.

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Editor's Picks

11-01-01-0001 | 2018-02-14
Journal Article
Designers of automotive systems find themselves pulled in an impossible number of directions. Systems must use the most advanced security features, but at the same time run on low-cost and resource-constrained hardware. Ultimately, an engineering trade-off will eventually be made regarding how …
2018-01-0012 | 2018-04-03
Technical Paper
Advanced safety features and new services in connected cars depend on the security of the underlying vehicle functions. Due to the interconnection with the outside world and as a result of being an embedded system a modern vehicle is exposed to both, malicious activities as faced by traditional I…
2018-01-0018 | 2018-04-03
Technical Paper
In the automotive network architecture, the basic functions of gateway include routing, diagnostic, network management and so on. With the rapid development of connected vehicles, the cybersecurity has become an important topic in the automotive network. A spoof ECU can be used to hack the automo…
2018-01-0019 | 2018-04-03
Technical Paper
Some of the recent studies reveal that it is possible to access the in-vehicle networks and inject malicious messages to alter the behavior of the vehicle. Researchers have shown that, it is possible to hack a car’s communication network and remotely take control of brake, steering, power window …
J3138_201806 | 2018-06-02
Ground Vehicle Standard
This document describes some of the actions that should be taken to help ensure safe vehicle operation in the case that any such connected device (external test equipment, connected data collection device) has been compromised by a source external to the vehicle. In particular, this document d…

In The News

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With many key fobs vulnerable to hacking unless they are, say, wrapped with aluminum foil, security experts say carmakers will soon require fingerprinting.
Detroit Free Press | 2018-09-24
By 2040, car accidents are predicted to decrease by 80 per cent. But what will this mean for the future of auto insurance premiums?
GBF | 2018-09-24
Volkswagen's efforts to ramp up sales of electric vehicles include opening a new factory in North America that's dedicated to building EVs. Though the plant's location hasn't yet been disclosed or even decided, VW announced Thursday that the facility will open by 2022.
Cnet | 2018-09-21
When applied in industrial control system (ICS) environments, Internet of Things (IoT) technologies result in the creation of cyber-physical systems — systems that combine advanced manufacturing technologies with advanced computing technologies to create better outcomes. These systems promise vastly improved operational efficiencies, but they’re not without security risks.
SI.com | 2018-09-21
The installation of technology in vehicles, from already commonplace GPS systems and telematics devices to fully autonomous vehicles, might offer a laundry list of benefits for drivers, operators, manufacturers and the insurance industry – including a way to lower the high cost of auto accidents caused by distracted driving – but the advancements also bring with them the serious threat of cyberattacks.
Insurance Business | 2018-09-20