Secured Industrial Embedded Linux

The hundreds of millions of cars on our roads every day is a unique source of highly valuable data. While technically, connected car already makes those data available outside the vehicle, this export raises serious questions on how to secure the process. Connected cars raise premium challenges for the integrity of vehicle global security.

It also raises issues about who collects and owns those data or how the process may respect users privacy. This talk exposes the ongoing work inside AGL (Automotive Grade Linux) to secure the global architecture from data collection to their export on the cloud. How to run untrusted applications without compromising your security, how to push only selected data from the car to the cloud, how to separate real time operations from less critical ones as entertainment, this without exploding development cost or limiting developers creativity. 

Nota: cette présentation et ce papier son écrit en Français [for English equivalent please click here]

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L’objectif technique d'IoT.bzh consiste à assembler, en fonction des besoins attachés à des marchés verticaux spécifiques (Automobile, Télécoms, Médical, Nautisme, Domotique, Agriculture…), un ensemble de composants logiciels techniques provenant de sources variées pour en faire une distribution cohérente où tous les composants fonctionnent ensemble de manière harmonieuse.

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