Automotive Security Best Practices

| November 22, 2017

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This paper is intended as an informative backgrounder and starting point for continued discussion and collaboration. The primary goal is to present the current state of automotive security, the main concerns, some use cases, and potential solutions. This is by no means an exhaustive review. This is the second version, incorporating comments from a variety of automotive and security researchers. Further comments are welcome, and the intent is an ongoing working paper as part of the Automotive Security Review Board (ASRB).

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