Navigating Publicly Known CVE’s in the Automotive Domain
The rise in vehicle connectivity has introduced new attack surfaces inside the vehicle and in its communication with connected car services, such as mobile apps, IoT infrastructure, and bluetooth devices.
As a result, vulnerabilities in vehicles are constantly being researched, discovered, and recorded. To date, there have been more than fifty common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs) recorded in the Mitre Corporation CVE database that are also relevant to the automotive domain, with many more automotive specific vulnerabilities still to be discovered.
Key Topics and Take Aways:
Deep dive into four CVEs that relate to new automotive trends
Discover the potential impact of each CVE on a fleet
Get tips on how to effectively mitigate and prevent such CVEs in the future