|22 November||Monday||09:00 to 17:00 GST/GMT+4||8 Hours|
|23 November||Tuesday||09:00 to 17:00 GST/GMT+4||8 Hours|
In recent years, vehicles have become an increasingly important target for security research. Autonomous vehicles, connected vehicles, and vehicles equipped with ADAS features are host to numerous technologies that add to the attack surface of a vehicle. Due to being heavy objects that move at high speeds in close proximity to humans, vehicle security is, quite literally, an issue of public safety.
This training introduces the learner to the world of automotive security and car hacking, and gives an opportunity to learn about in-vehicle networks – the nervous system of a vehicle – hands-on. Students will learn the fundamentals of in-vehicle networking, the most common technologies used, and how to use a CAN bus using accessible hardware and software available to anyone for further research and education. With automotive security becoming a legal requirement in more and more countries, there is no better time to begin learning how to hack (and of course, defend) a vehicle!