In early 2016, Intel hosted the Automotive Security Research Workshops in San Diego and Barcelona. Our goal was to make transportation safer by advancing knowledge around security threats, vulnerabilities, and mitigation strategies while identifying areas for future research. During these workshops, engineers, students, cryptographers, and other researchers from around the world collaborated on an Intel and Linux*-based in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) simulation platform, competing for prizes. Engineering staff from Intel’s Transportation Solutions Division and Wind River Systems helped guide research.
These workshops served as a pilot for potential future workshops to be conducted as part of the Automotive Security Review Board (ASRB). Intel is proud to be one of the founding members of the ASRB, a nonprofit research consortium committed to mitigating the cybersecurity risks of connected and autonomous vehicles, while encouraging technological progress and innovation. The ASRB’s Technical Steering Committee is comprised of world-renowned security experts from the automotive, security, and information technology industries.
Supported by the unique expertise of its Technical Steering Committee, the ASRB aims to create long-term research roadmaps, facilitate specific projects, and publish the insights gained from those projects. The ASRB works cooperatively with academic and industry partners to sponsor these activities.
In addition, the ASRB can advise and coordinate member-driven collaborative research. Flexible intellectual property terms can adapt to meet the needs of each project. These products include research reports, reference architecture implementations, and other select deliverables.
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