Ramiro Pareja Veredas, IOActive Principal Security Consultant, will be presenting ‘Attacking Vehicle Fleet Management Systems’ at /Rooted CON Madrid.
The goal of the research was the assessment of the current state of the connected vehicles security. Compared with other works already published where the researchers chose to attack a popular modern car, the focus was in other automotive components and systems that security experts – and car designers – usually overlook and that could be abused to launch scalable and massive attacks on analyzed devices like T-boxes, OBD2 dongles, 5G modems, MQTT servers and mobile apps; getting a better aim on the broader picture of the automotive security and without the limited view based exclusively on the car security.
The /Rooted CON cybersecurity conference was born with the purpose of promoting the exchange of knowledge between members of the security community.
/Rooted CON is being held 7 March through 9 March, more details here.