Cyber Resilience for Vehicles - Cybersecurity for automotive systems in a changing environment - phase1 (CyReV)
Research Project , 2019 – 2021

Purpose and goal: Development of Resilient Automotive Systems Defence in Depth: Detection Mechanisms Forensics, Analyse, Learn, Verification and Validation Expected results and effects: The project Cyber Resilience for Vehicles, CyReV (phase 1), focuses on cybersecurity for automotive in-vehicle systems in a changing environment. CyReV (phase 1) contributes to the identified need by investiagting (i) the architecture of a resilient vehicle, (ii) defence in depth approaches for strong detction as well as (iii) forensics techniques for finding root causes of cyberattacks. Approach and implementation: The project is divided in six Work Packages (WP0 - WP5) connected to two Mile Stones (MS1 och MS2). WP0: Project Management WP1: Industrial needs and use cases: MS1 D1 V1.0; MS2 D1 V2.0 WP2: Development of resilient automotive systems: MS2 D2.1 V1.0, D2.2 V1.0; D2.3 V1.0 WP3: Defence in Depth, detection mechanisms: MS2 D3.1 V1.0, D3.2 V1.0, D3.3 V1.0 WP4: Forensics, analyze, learn, respond: MS2 D4.1 V1.0 , D4.2 V1.0 WP5: Verification and Validation: MS2 D5.1 V1.0, D5.2 V1.0, D5.3 V1.0

Participants

Tomas Olovsson (contact)

Docent vid Chalmers, Computer Science and Engineering (Chalmers), Networks and Systems (Chalmers)

Collaborations

Assured AB

Göteborg, Sweden

Combitech

Linköping, Sweden

RISE Research Institutes of Sweden

Göteborg, Sweden

Volvo Cars

Göteborg, Sweden

Volvo Group

Gothenburg, Sweden

Funding

VINNOVA

Funding Chalmers participation during 2019–2021

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Latest update

2019-12-20