Driverless car security in a safety-critical world

Operating self-driving cars in a single software environment exposes all software to any cyber attack surface. A more sensible solution is to use a hypervisor to host multiple virtual machines on one processor, writes Chris Barlow

By Richard Wilson - Electronics Weekly, May. 30, 2017 – 

The security of automotive systems goes hand-in-hand with functional safety gas defined in ISO 26262. But cybersecurity presents a different challenge.

New cyber vulnerabilities are being discovered so machines exposed to wireless internet networks must be considered 'untrusted'.

In connected autonomous cars, we need to accommodate wireless signals from other cars and even street furniture in the case of vehicle-to-infrastructure communications.

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