Detection of smart cars cyber attacks

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Title Detection of smart cars cyber attacks
Summary For treating the probem of cyber attacks against smart vehicles, new change-point detection and anomaly detection methods by means of statistics and machine learning are developed and evaluated.
Keywords Smart vehicles, Cloud security, Change-point detection, Machine learning, Performance measures
TimeFrame Spring 2020
References Weber et al: Embedded Hybrid Anomaly Detection for Automotive

CAN Communication, Weber et al: Online Detection of Anomalies in Vehicle Signals using Replicator Neural Networks

Prerequisites Mathematical statistics, machine learning, programming
Author
Supervisor Eric Järpe, Cristofer Englund, Ana Magazinius (RISE Viktoria)
Level Master
Status Open

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As the communication and control of cars, buses and trucks is getting smarter, so are the threats from malicious attempts to compromize security of these vehicles. The problem of detecting and possibly classifying such attempts is approached from the classical statistical change-point detection angle but also from the newer machine learning side. Also hybrid methods could be considered depending on how the project proceeds. The goal is to develop new cloud methods and to evaluate the methods in comparison to state-of-the-art methods used today. Possibly, new performance measures could be constructed in order to better understand how well the suggested methods behave for the environment-specific problems. The methods could possibly be demonstrated in examples with real data. The thesis will be a part of the CyRev research project in collaboration with partners from the industry.