Security Patterns for Connected and Automated Automotive Systems†
A short, preliminary version of this work was previously published in the MODELS Workshop for Modeling for Automotive Systems (MASE2019).
This author worked on this project while he was a student at MSU.
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- Security patterns; Automotive; Cybersecurity
As automotive systems become increasingly sophisticated with numerous onboard features that support extensive inward and outward-facing communication, cybersecurity vulnerabilities are exposed. The relatively recent acknowledgement of automotive cybersecurity challenges has prompted numerous research efforts into developing techniques to handle individual threat vectors, the pathways and threat surfaces by which an attack can be realized. Security design patterns have been developed for many application domains (e.g., enterprise systems, networking systems, and distributed systems), but not much has been explored for automotive systems. This paper introduces a collection of security design patterns targeted for automotive cybersecurity needs. We leverage and extend the de facto standard template used to describe design patterns to include fields specific to the automotive domain and SAE J3061 cybersecurity development guidelines.
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TY - JOUR AU - Betty H. C. Cheng AU - Bradley Doherty AU - Nicholas Polanco AU - Matthew Pasco PY - 2020 DA - 2020/09/11 TI - Security Patterns for Connected and Automated Automotive Systems† JO - Journal of Automotive Software Engineering SP - 51 EP - 77 VL - 1 IS - 1 SN - 2589-2258 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/jase.d.200826.001 DO - 10.2991/jase.d.200826.001 ID - Cheng2020 ER -