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Embedded Security is one of the most exciting topics at the Embedded World trade fair 2019 in Nuremberg (Germany). With the growing number of networked vehicles and trends such as highly automated driving, the risk of hacker attacks upon a vehicle increases. How do hackers work? What guarantees do we have that they will not find a way to access a vehicle? These and many more questions are answered by Continental's subsidiary, Elektrobit. The supplier offers end-to-end cybersecurity solutions and wireless updates for all networked components together with its cooperation partner, Argus Cyber Security. In-vehicle security is faced with unique challenges, not just of a technical nature. Legislators and industrial associations are currently working on regulations to maintain IT security in vehicles. The US House of Representatives for example passed the "Self-drive Act" in 2017, which regulates IT security and data protection for highly automated and autonomous driving. ...
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