Fall 2015MTH 405/505 Special Topics: Cryptosystems in automotive industry (4 credits) Instructor Dr. Shaska Time: T,R: 7:30-9:17 Office hours: TBA Prerequisites: MTH 254, MTH 275 or permission of instructorSome basic programing in Python will be used. The basics will be introduced in class. Description: As information technologies are increasingly deployed in modern vehicles automotive cybersecurity issues have emerged. In this course we cover some of the basic crypto-systems already in use in the automotive industry and their limitations, including threats posed by denial-of-service (DoS) attacks and external connectivity vulnerabilities. This course is designed primarily for engineers, computer scientists, and mathematicians who work in the automotive industry. Both advanced undergraduates and graduate students are welcome. TopicsThe course will consist of two parts - Mathematical background in cryptography
- Public Key Cryptography
- Elliptic Curves for non-mathematicians
- Elliptic Curve Cryptography
- Suitable Elliptic Curves
- Implementing ECC
- Automotive security
- Basics of automotive security
- Standards and Specifications
- Security mechanisms
- Crypto algorithms
- Authentification
- Security
- Current and Future Security Implementations
- Runtime Assurance
- Architectural Assurance
- Supply Chain
- Hacking your car
- Will the industry listen to us?
- Future systems
ProjectsYou will do one project during the semester. I will provide recent papers and materials so you can choose the topic of your project. Speakers from IndustryThere will be several speakers from the automotive industry who will come and talk to the class during the semester. Visiting Automotive Companies There will be a visit to one of the following: - Chrysler Museum
- Ford Research Center
T-shirtTextbook: - Lectures to be provided in class
Contact: Department of Mathematics Oakland University 368 SEB 2200 N. Squirrel Road, Rochester, Michigan 48309-4401 Email: shaska AT oakland.edu |