Vehicle Cyber Security
Battelle is helping industry and government analyze and develop solutions to vehicle cyber security threats through hardware and software vulnerability discovery, reverse engineering, cyber forensics and specialized tools and facilities.
Today’s vehicles have more computing power and communication links than a smartphone, laptop and even a small aircraft. Yet their communications architecture, protocols, software practices and hardware network design were never intended to face the internet, nor provide a robust control plane in a potentially hostile environment.
As the automotive industry offers increasingly feature-rich in-car communications, more hackers will be motivated to develop attacks and exploitation tools – similar to what we have witnessed in the smart phone industry over the past several years. Recently demonstrated and published attacks against consumer vehicles have highlighted potential risks.
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Our capabilities include:
Automotive Security Architecture Services
Battelle provides consultative analysis of cyber security automotive systems to both industry and government clients including red team penetration testing.
Battelle NEM™ Vehicle Network Enforcement Module
Battelle’s new anomaly detection software technology detects cyber-attacks and system malfunctions resulting from bugs in software and firmware and reports these from the field. See NEM in action.
Connected Vehicle Technology
Battelle has long been a trusted leader in connected-vehicle research and development and deployment of numerous large-scale research, network and security application projects with the U.S. Department of Transportation, NHTSA and local authorities. Learn more.
Additionally, Battelle, in partnership with SAE, provides a collaborative environment where auto manufacturers, cyber specialists, government staff and students come together to exchange concepts, ideas, and solutions through the annual SAE Battelle CyberAuto Challenge™. Participants include auto manufacturers, Tier 1 suppliers, universities, DOT/NHTSA and other government representatives.
Battelle advocates community discussion of the pending problem, and creates products and services to protect vehicles and improve design. Our work is followed by recognized sources, we present at leading conferences, serve on government and industry boards and panels, and advise automobile manufacturers and suppliers on cyber security requirements.
In an increasingly connected world, the opportunities for malicious attacks will increase as well. Battelle applies cyber defense and connected vehicle expertise to keep drivers safe and reduce manufacturer liability.