8 DEC WEBINAR: Latest in transport cybersecurity AU/EU
The next free webinar in iMOVE’s Project Outcomes series will take place on 8 December 2021, and is entitled Latest developments in transport cybersecurity in Australia and Europe, with speakers from Q-Free, Department of Transport and Main Roads (Queensland), and ITS-Australia.
With the burgeoning amount of connectivity technology on our roads and in our vehicles, and the implications if something goes wrong, cybersecurity is a priority topic for our governments and companies right now.
This webinar will look at how connected intelligent transport systems and cybersecurity are rolling out in Europe with the C-ITS Credential Management System (CCMS) pilot from the European Commission, using the Volkswagen Golf as a case study.
Closer to home, we will also look at what we have learnt to date from implementation of a C-ITS security system as part of the Queensland government’s Connected and Automated Vehicle Initiative (CAVI).
PLEASE NOTE: This webinar was held on 8 December 2021. The event was recorded, and can be watched at: VIDEO: Transport cybersecurity webinar
- Introduction and welcome – Susan Harris, CEO, ITS-Australia
- Setting the scene: A European perspective – Knut Evensen, Chief Technologist, Q-Free ASA
An introduction to the central actors for C-ITS and the related cybersecurity in Europe. The presentation will focus on the new cybersecurity standards used for any medium like cellular, and how it uses the same technical infrastructure as C-ITS.
- How the CCMS works in practice – Ola Martin Lykkja, R&D Engineer, Q-Free ASA
Since 2020, the European Commission have had CCMS available for testing and demonstration. The presentation will talk about this system and how member countries can use it for testing and deployment. It will also show in detail how Volkswagen Golf has deployed C-ITS and CCMS.
- A framework for cybersecurity in Australia: A security credential management system (SCMS) for CAVs – Stuart Allen-Keeling Principal Advisor (Cooperative & Automated Vehicles) – Security, Transport and Main Roads (Queensland)
Working with partners Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Cities, Integrity Security Systems and supported by iMOVE, TMR’s C-ITS Pilot Security Credential Management System: Evaluation and Research project investigates the use of the SCMS in a scenario that reflects real-world use. This presentation will summarise lessons to date including SCMS readiness, safety, governance and administrative overhead for government and private industry.
- Q&A moderated by Ian Christensen Managing Director, iMOVE