JUCS - Journal of Universal Computer Science 27(8): 793-795, doi: 10.3897/jucs.72072
Recent Advances in Cybersecurity and Safety Architectures in Automotive, IT, and Connected Services
expand article infoRichard Messnarz, Ricardo Colomo-Palacios§, Georg Macher|, Andreas Riel, Miklos Biro#
‡ ISCN GesmbH Entwicklung, Graz, Austria§ Østfold University College, Halden, Norway| Graz University of Technology, Graz, Austria¶ Grenoble Institute of Technology, Grenoble, France# Honorary Member SCCH, Budapest, Hungary
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This is a special issue in cooperation with EuroSPI (www.eurospi.net). EuroSPI represents a large international network of renowned experts and annual European conference series running successfully since its foundation in 1994. From 2013 onwards, an international functional safety and from 2016 onwards a functional safety and cybersecurity workshop has been established, to which leading European and Asian industry and research have been actively contributing to.

High-quality,  original  papers  about  best  practices  for  implementing  functional  safety  and cybersecurity in automotive, IT, and connected services have been selected for this special issue. They provide insights into the current state of the art implementations in automotive safety and cybersecurity, IT security, and safety in future highly autonomous self-learning vehicles.

Automotive Safety, Automotive Cybersecurity, IT Security, Cybersecurity, Autonomous Vehicles, Verification, Validation, Best Practice Design Patterns