Product Security for Cross Domain Reliable Dependable Automated Systems

SECREDAS

Project description

The intertwining of safety, security and privacy of connected and automated systems is a concern in multiple application domains for many consumers in the European Union. As an example, one in four potential buyers/users in Europe of automated driving is reluctant to do so, mainly due to a lack of trust into its security. There is a need to remove such roadblocks for further evolutions in the transport and medical sectors. The high-level goal of SECREDAS is to develop multi-domain architecting methodologies, reference architectures, components and suitable integration and verification approaches for automated systems in different domains, combining high security and privacy protection while preserving functional safety and operational performance. The vision of SECREDAS is to take an important step forward by providing the means to enhance this trustworthiness, thus progressing in making connected and automated vehicles a reality, to ensure that European OEMs remain competitive and world leaders. In addition, SECREDAS addresses cross-domain cybersecurity and safety related technologies in the areas of medical and railways automated systems, and support cross-domain actions.

SECREDAS received European funding (ECSEL JU: Electronic Components and Systems for European Leadership, Joint Undertaking) and national funding (in Finland, from Business Finland).

See also

Project results

Videos:

Publications:

  • Ian Oliver, Juha Röning, Ulrico Celentano, Tiina Hynninen-Lahdenperä, Jyrki Okkonen (2019) SECREDAS: Product Security for Cross Domain Reliable Dependable Automated Systems. ETSI Security Week, 17-21 June, Sophia Antipolis, France.
  • Juha Röning (2021) Privacy in Automated and Connected Vehicles (panel). Enforcing rights in a changing world. Computers, Privacy & Data Protection Conference (CPDP). https://2021.cpdpconferences.net/talks/privacy-in-automated-and-connected-vehicles/
  • R. Kaksonen, T. Järvenpää, J. Pajukangas, M. Mahalean, J. Röning (2021) 100 Popular Open-Source Infosec Tools. In: Jøsang A., Futcher L., Hagen J. (eds) ICT Systems Security and Privacy Protection. SEC 2021. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, vol 625. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-78120-0_12. http://urn.fi/urn:nbn:fi-fe2021100149105

Public deliverables:

  • Marko N, ed.; Marko N, Celentano U, Exposito V, Varadi A, Mikulka L, Simões Ferreira R, Liu Y, Medela A, Carvalho F, Pfeiffer M, Viehbeck J, Nassor E, Wiehl M, Karagiannis S (2019) Conception of sensor, components, and sensor data processing. ECSEL-JU 783119 SECREDAS project deliverable D4.1 (R, PU). PDF

Confidential deliverables:

  • D1.2
  • D2.1, D2.2, D2.3, D2.4, D2.7, D2.8
  • D3.2, D3.3, D3.4, D3.5, D3.6
  • D4.2, D4.5, D4.9
  • D5.6
  • D6.1
  • D7.3, D7.4
  • D8.1, D8.2
  • D9.1, D9.2, D9.4, D9.5, D9.7
  • D11.6, D11.7
     

Partners

ECSEL JU consortium:

Finnish sub-consortium:

Research groups

  • Biomimetics and Intelligent Systems (BISG)

People

Ulrico Celentano

Researcher
Juha Röning

Juha Röning

Professor