This deliverable D3.2 – Secure Communication presents the results and achievements of the sub-work package WP3.2 Security mechanisms for the connected vehicle – Secure Communication of the HoliSec project. This deliverable consists of eight publications and provides insight into the following topics in vehicular security:
- An evaluation of promising CAN message authentication solutions.
- Discussion about the possibilities of memory exploitation techniques on resource constrained automotive systems.
- Recommendations to improve vehicular security throughout the entire software development lifecycle based on an automotive use case.
- Identification of security issues in the automotive domain based on a survey for automotive security experts.
- A study on how security levels should be structured for the automotive domain.
- A mapping between automotive security levels and required mandatory security mechanisms and design rules.
- An analysis of AUTOSAR SecOC Profile 3, a method to provide freshness to authenticated messages, and a proposal on how to improve it.
- A preliminary assessment of the security implications of replacing 802.11p with cellular V2X.
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