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Stefan Marksteiner, Automotive Cyber Security Research, AVL | LinkedIn

Eyal Traitel, VP Strategic Alliances, Cybellum | LinkedIn

Cybersecurity testing of automotive systems has become a practical necessity, with the wide adoption of advanced driving assistance functions and vehicular communications. The sheer amount of testing needed in light of the latest regulations and standards requires a dynamic and automated testing approach.

In this free webinar, AVL’s Stefan Marksteiner and Cybellum’s Eyal Traitel explain how cyber digital twins can be automatically derived from automotive components and subsequently used to formulate security tests that verify their cybersecurity.

Key topics and takeaways:

  • The importance of automated black-box testing of automotive systems
  • How to synthesize a cyber digital twin from a vehicle component
  • How to use the digital twin to identify known vulnerabilities and uncover zero-days and compliance issues
  • How to derive a test case from a digital twin-driven security analysis

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Meet the experts

Stefan Marksteiner

Automotive Cyber Security Research, AVL

Eyal Traitel

VP Strategic Alliances, Cybellum