Automotive Cyber Security

A learners Guide: Covers Automotive Security, Concepts of Security and many more
Automotive Cyber Security
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2h 36m



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Automotive Cyber Security

What you’ll learn

Learners would be able to grasp the basic foundation of Cyber Security including Encryption, Digital Signature & Certificate, Hashing, PKI, CIA triad
The course will cover key concepts of Automotive Software Sector like Network Topology, Gateway ECU, Domain Controllers, Autosar Architecture
Learners would be able to connect the difference between safety and security, Grip on concepts like Layered Security Approach, Smart Card Integrated Circuits
Competency on Security Controls like Secure OnBoard Communication, Secure Flashing, Secure Diagnostic, Secure Boot, Hardware Protection, Secure Storage

Automotive Cyber Security


No Programming Experience Required


Increased incidences of vehicle cyber-attacks and major car recalls by OEMs have raised awareness of automotive cybersecurity among OEMs worldwide. Furthermore, rising government mandates for the incorporation of various safety features, such as a rear-view camera, automatic emergency braking, a lane departure warning system, and electronic stability control, have created new opportunities for automotive cybersecurity service providers worldwide. As a result, the automotive cybersecurity ecosystem include a number of start-ups. Government ambitions to establish an intelligent transportation system have also increased global demand for cybersecurity solutions. In addition, the introduction of 5G technology is likely to boost market growth in the future years. In the context of road vehicles and cars, cybersecurity refers to the protection of automotive electronic systems, communication networks, control algorithms, software, users, and underlying data against malicious attacks, damage, illegal access, or manipulation. In the context of road cars, cybersecurity refers to the protection of automotive electronic systems, communication networks, control algorithms, software, users, and underlying data against malicious attacks, damage, illegal access, or manipulation. This course is specially crafted towards bringing all the topics of Automotive Cyber Security in one place. Also the course would include all the pre requisite for getting strong ground in Automotive Cyber Security.


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction to the course

Section 2: Starting with the Fundamentals

Lecture 2 What is Cyber Security?

Lecture 3 Three Pillars of Security: The CIA TRIAD

Lecture 4 The Plus One Logic

Section 3: Cryptography Foundation

Lecture 5 Encryption

Lecture 6 Symmetric Encryption

Lecture 7 The Key Problem

Lecture 8 Asymmetric Encryption/ Public Key Encryption

Lecture 9 Efficient Encryption Design

Lecture 10 Hashing

Lecture 11 Hashing Vs Encryption

Lecture 12 Digital Signature

Lecture 13 Signature Vs Encryption

Lecture 14 Signature & Encryption Together

Lecture 15 Back to the TRIAD

Lecture 16 Examples of Cryptographic Algorithm

Section 4: Public Key infrastructure

Lecture 17 Look Back at the Solution

Lecture 18 What are Digital Certificates?

Lecture 19 Verification of Digital Certificates

Lecture 20 Generation & Structure of Digital Certificates

Lecture 21 Hierarchy of CA

Lecture 22 Functions of CA

Lecture 23 Anatomy of PKI

Section 5: Automotive Foundation Concepts

Lecture 24 Gateway ECU

Lecture 25 Automotive Network Topology

Lecture 26 Safety Vs Security

Section 6: Fundamentals of Autosar

Lecture 27 Introduction to Autosar

Lecture 28 Refresher: Autosar COM Stack

Lecture 29 Refresher: Autosar Diagnostic Stack

Lecture 30 Autosar Crypto Stack

Section 7: Security Driver Architecture

Lecture 31 Crypto Drivers

Lecture 32 Introduction to HSM

Section 8: Automotive Security Paradigm

Lecture 33 Layered Automotive Security Approach

Lecture 34 Automotive Security Controls

Lecture 35 SecOC Message Transmission in Vehicle Bus

Lecture 36 SecOC Message Format

Lecture 37 Types of Freshness Value

Lecture 38 SecOC Functional Overview

Lecture 39 Transmission Flow

Lecture 40 Reception of SecOC Messages

Lecture 41 Build Up to Secure Diagnostic

Lecture 42 Secure Access in Automotive Diagnostic

Lecture 43 Secure Flash

Lecture 44 Booting and Security associated with it

Lecture 45 Hardware Protection

Lecture 46 Secure Storage Area

Section 9: Bonus

Lecture 47 Bonus

Cyber Security enthusiast , Automotive Security Professionals, Security Developers and Security Managers

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