Secured Industrial Embedded Linux

This presentation was given at International Cybersecurity Forum (FIC) in Lille / France.

While the automotive industry has specific constrains and requirements that OpenID Connect (OIDc) did not dig in, OIDc can still be used to secure vehicle to cloud connection, in car communications or smart-cities interactions.

This talk introduces how IoT.bzh proposes to use OIDc inside Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) to secure the interaction in between car infotainment, instrument cluster, telematic unit or cloud operations.

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Depending on specific requirements attached to vertical markets such as automotive, telecoms, medical, marine, military and eventual dedicated hardware features for support.

IoT.bzh assembles necessary OpenSource components into a stable, coherent and tested Linux distribution.

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