International Workshop on Cyber Security for Intelligent Transportation Systems (CSITS)Follow @infosec_events
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Ever since humanity invented transportation systems, it has also introduced new problems, previously unknown. After inventing a boat, it was clear that a life saving device must be invented as well. After inventing a car, it was clear that safety belt, as well as airbags are the new necessity. Today’s boats and cars are being rapidly digitalized, thus introducing even more advanced problems. Similarly, today’s digital life saving devices and safety belts, are digital as well. The physical problems that were affiliated for many decades with the transportation domain, are now spilling out into the digital realm. It is therefore expected, that the solutions to such new problems will emerge within the digital domain as well.
Since the modern vehicles, whether they drive, sail or fly, are being more and more digitalized, they are also inheriting the cyber-security problems, previously associated purely with the digital domain. The intersection between physical and digital is being blurred, and smart transportation is located at the center of this metamorphosis.
Moreover, some of the security problems forged by the collision of digital and physical realms, introduce cyber security phenomena, which are unique to intelligent transportation, and may cost human lives.
It is therefore critical to address the emerging cyber security related problems, which may be inflicted upon the various phases of smart transportation.
This workshop aims to bring together the latest research of cyber security with respect to different segments and phases of Intelligent Transportation Systems. We are soliciting contributions in (but not limited to) the following topics:
- Autonomous vehicle (land, sky and sea) cyber security
- Deep learning in avionic system and intelligent drones
- Security of Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks of vehicles (MANET, VANET, etc)
- Autonomous driving security
- dversarial AI and sensor attacks (e.g. fooling image recognition) in autonomous vehicles
- V2X security
- Security of vehicles’ communication channels (CAN BUS, ARINC-664, etc.)
- Traffic management and security of UAVs
- ADS-B security.