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Car Hacking Hands-On

Robert Leale | August 4-5 & August 6-7



Overview

Today's vehicles have multiple control modules that are linked via various types of networks. These networks have become pervasive and remain somewhat of an unknown in millions of vehicles on the road today.

This course will be both Lecture and Hands-On with and emphasis on student's ability to re-create course conditions after they have completed the course.

Who Should Take this Course

  • Automotive Manufacturers
  • Automotive Suppliers
  • Embedded Security Personnel
  • Aftermarket Electronics Engineers
  • Hobbyists

Student Requirements

Introductory course, no prior knowledge of vehicle systems is required.

What Students Should Bring

A PC with Windows 7 or newer.

What Students Will Be Provided With

Vehicle Interface Hardware and Simulation Hardware

Trainers

Robert Leale has been a regular trainer of automotive electronic security for over 5 years. He also consult with the automotive industry on securing electronic systems. As the founder of CanBusHack, he has been at the forefront of vehicle data reverse engineering for over seven years. Robert is also the founder of the Car Hacking Village at Def Con.