Welcome to escar USA conference 2020 - Embedded Security in Cars!

May 20 - 21, 2020 - Plymouth, MI Canceled
The Inn at St. John's, 44045 Five Mile Rd, Plymouth, MI

But we are happy to announce that the escar Europe conference 2020, scheduled for November 11 to 12, 2020 will continue as planned, with the addition of an all-new virtual online component for those who cannot or do not want to travel due to the current situation. We are looking forward to your participation! All information can be found here.

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 escar USA 2020 Special Issue publication

We had to cancel the escar USA 2020 conference due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We received many submissions of great value to the automotive cybersecurity community before we had to make the decision to cancel the escar USA 2020 workshop, and therefore we decided to execute the review process and publish selected papers in an escar USA 2020 Special Issue publication. The review process has been finished, and we selected 8 papers for publication. We plan to publish those 8 papers by mid-July in SAE’s International Journal of Transportation Cybersecurity and Privacy.

The 8 accepted papers are:

  • Liron Kaneti, Steffen Sanwald, Marc Stöttinger and Martin Böhner. Secure Boot Revisited: Challenges for Secure Implementations in the Automotive Domain
  • Mahmoud Ammar, Hassaan Janjua, Ashok Samraj Thangarajan, Bruno Crispo and Danny Hughes. Securing the On-board Diagnostics Port (OBD-II) in Vehicles
  • Kamel Ghali, Yuichi Kuramoto, Yoshiaki Ishizuka and Shinichi Katsumata. Contrasting International Vehicle Security Laws from the Japanese Perspective
  • Marina Moore, Justin Cappos, Ira McDonald, Andre Weimerskirch and Sebastian Awwad. Using a Dual-Layer Specification to Offer Selective Interoperability for Uptane
  • Kevin Henry. Pseudonym Issuing Strategies for Private V2X Communication
  • Daniel Kent, Betty Cheng and Josh Siegel. Assuring Vehicle Update Integrity using Asymmetric Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and Public Key Cryptography (PKC)
  • Dennis Kengo Oka. Fuzz Testing Virtual ECUs as part of the Continuous Security Testing Process
  • Ran Tao, Lars Wolleschensky and Andre Weimerskirch. Security Certificate Management System for V2V Communication in China