Protecting Mobility: Tesla’s Vulnerability Can Exist in all Vehicles
Wednesday, October 07, 2020: 3:45 PM - 4:30 PM
During a test drive using Tesla’s Navigate on Autopilot feature, a staged attack caused the car to suddenly slow down and unexpectedly veer off the main road. Regulus Cyber, the first company to deal with smart-sensor security across a wide range of applications including automotive, mobile, and critical infrastructure, initially discovered the Tesla vulnerability during its ongoing study of the threat that easily accessible spoofing technology poses to GNSS (global navigation satellite systems, also known as GPS) receivers. The researchers found that spoofing attacks on the Tesla GNSS (GPS) receiver could easily be carried out wirelessly and remotely, exploiting security vulnerabilities in mission-critical telematics, sensor fusion, and navigation capabilities. Regulus Cyber CEO Yonatan Zur will explore the security requirements for safe satellite-based navigation for driverless technology – cyber defense for GPS, anti-interference, anti-jamming, and anti-spoofing systems.
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