The annual Consumer Electronics (CES) conference has become a major show for automakers and suppliers to highlight the latest and greatest technological advances in cars. The past few years, there have been many announcements and demonstrations of Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications, primarily using a Wi-Fi-based technology called Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC). The year marked a turning point, as a majority of the V2X announcements were based on Cellular V2X (C-V2X).
2018 has been an eventful year for OnBoard Security® and the markets we serve. The year started with a bang when OnBoard Security was spun off from Security Innovation®, becoming an independent company with the mission to help Automotive and IoT manufacturers stay ahead of the curve in cyber security. As an independent company, we are better positioned to focus on filling critical cyber security gaps in our target markets.
Topics: V2I, Blockchain, DSRC, Connected Vehicles, Research, SCMS, V2V, TPM, Trusted Computing, TSS, Cyber Security, Autonomous Vehicles, Embedded Security, Automotive, V2X, Internet of Things, Privacy, Cryptography
OnBoard Security’s Chief Technology Officer, Dr. William Whyte, has been involved in Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications security for nearly 20 years. He is the editor of the IEEE 1609.2 security standard and has consulted for numerous automaker, the US Dept. of Transportation (DOT) and transportation organizations around the world. He is frequently asked to explain V2X security and give insights on potential vulnerabilities in the system.
Topics: DSRC, Connected Vehicles, Research, V2V, TPM, Trusted Computing, TSS, Cyber Security, Autonomous Vehicles, Embedded Security, Regulation, Automotive, V2X, Internet of Things, Privacy, Quantum Computing, Cryptography, NTRU, BCAM, SCMS
Toyota recently sent a letter to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) urging them to protect the 5.9 GHz band for Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC), the technology behind Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V)communications. Toyota noted that “The market leaders in Japan (Toyota), Europe (Volkswagen), and the United States (General Motors) have now either begun deployment of DSRC technology or announced a specific deployment plan for the technology.”