||Verification Futures 2018 (click here to see full programme)
||Gunwant Dhadyalla, Principal Engineer, Cyber Security Centre, WMG, University of Warwick
||Cyber Security in the V2X Communications
||Since the vulnerabilities of a single vehicle in a vehicular communication system can be propagated to the other vehicles participating in the same network, verifying and testing of all the components of such a system should be an important part of the development of new vehicular communication technologies. The presentation will demonstrate different security threats and vulnerabilities typical for ITS communications, identifying the need of suitable security measures.
- Challenges of measuring the security variabilities in the Intelligent Transport Systems
- Physical limitations in V2X Communications security
- Experiment planning and development in controlled environment
||Gunwant graduated with honours with a Masters in engineering from Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine. His track record includes working for OEMs including Rover Group, Rolls-Royce and Bentley, and technology developers including Valeo Group, Germany. He is currently Principal Engineer in the Energy and Electrical Systems group at WMG, University of Warwick leading the intelligent vehicles engineering function on projects including INTACT – accelerating the testing of low speed autonomous vehicles, with RDM Group, using the WMG 3xD simulator, SAVVY – Smart Verification & Validation methodologies for ADAS technology, UKCITE – test methods for testing cyber security of connected technology, PICASSOS – developing new tools for the UK supply chain to improve the integrity of embedded software systems and systems of systems using formal verification tools and techniques.