The Automotive Security Research Group Sydney (ASRG-SYD) is a non-profit initiative to promote the development of security solutions for automotive products. This location will host events in Sydney, Australia.
Automotive Security. Community Driven.
- Research projects on publicly available vehicles, infrastructure and supporting backend systems. - Information sharing concerning existing automotive security problems, solutions, products and technology. - Create meaningful results to be shared with the public in a controlled manner. - Create a community of shared resources and networking.
Join us for our upcoming ASRG-WORLD LiveStream, which features Derrick Thiecke. During his presentation we will dive into the often overlooked world of powersports and recreational vehicles; their controller networks and the security surrounding them. Cars have shared the road with their two wheel counterparts for over 100 years, but it seems the Security community shows little to no interest. This we want to change!
NOTE: This Livestream, unfortunately, will be broadcast live at 2am-4am AEST. A recording of the stream will be made available to everyone on the ASRG Youtube channel within 24 hours after the end of the event. This event has been scheduled to notify ASRG-SYD members of the World webinars, and its contents available on the ASRG Youtube channel:
Let's take a dive into the often overlooked world of powersports and recreational vehicles; their controller networks, their SAE/ISO standards - or lack thereof - and the security surrounding them. Cars have shared the road with their two wheel counterparts for over 100 years, and most major motorcycle manufacturers have implemented CAN on their vehicles for nearly 20 years, but the security world seems to show little to no interest in the powersports industry. I'm here to change that. What does a motorcycle vehicle network comprise of, and what have manufacturers put on the table for the future of motorcycles? Will motorcycles survive the demise of combustion engines, and will they survive the rise of self driving vehicles?
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Derrick Thiecke works as a vehicle reverse engineer in the Detroit metropolitan area, where he found himself after spending over a decade in the corporate IT world of the San Francisco bay area. He's worked for and with some of the biggest names in the US recreational vehicle industry, from aircraft to motorcycles. When Derrick isn't data dumping ROM chips, scouring through vehicle log data, or fuzzing CAN networks, he can be found as a brief blur passing you on the highway.