With cyber risk management now a type approval imperative, the intrusion detection and prevention system (IDPS) has become a core safety and security element in the modern vehicle.
In this free webinar, ESCRYPT’s Jan Holle and Andreas Weber explain why distributed E/E architectures require a distributed IDPS that maps the specific protection needs of the vehicle systems. They will also discuss the relevance of using different IDS sensors according to requirements, the pre-qualification of security events within the vehicle, and how the IDPS thus becomes the cornerstone of effective and permanent cyber protection.
Key topics and takeaways:
- New type-approval-relevant regulations such as UN R155 and why an IDPS is required
- Distributed E/E architectures: Why they need a distributed IDPS and examples of common deployment scenarios
- In-vehicle management of security events with distributed IDS managers and IDS reporter and why the AUTOSAR IDS standard should be advanced
- Outlook on what the future development of the distributed IDPS will look like