Securing V2X

V2X communication promises to enable substantial benefits for the automotive and transport industry and infrastructure. It also brings new challenges to securing V2X which go far beyond authenticating and encrypting the communications pathways. Learning from the IT industry, this talk presents what needs to be protected and suggests key approaches to increase the overall security of V2X.

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