Cybersecurity Safeguards for the Automotive Emergency Response Vehicles
Kämppi, Pasi; Rathod, Paresh; Hämäläinen, Timo (2017)
Science and Technology Publication
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Kämppi P., Rathod P., Hämäläinen T., (2017). Cybersecurity Safeguards for the Automotive Emergency Response Vehicles. , Science and Technology Publication. doi:10.5220/0006587802910298
A modern Emergency Response Vehicle (ERV) is a combination of emergency services and functional mobile office on the wheels. Researchers have observed that emergency response personnel including Law Enforcement Authorities (LEAs), Police and border guards, could be on the duty while having possibility to use same services compared to fixed office. During our research study, users have registered special demand for mobile office. To meet this demand, designers and engineers have combined a modern vehicle platform with computers, monitors, wireless connectivity and many other devices needed in everyday activities. However, there is continue challenge, the standards are not covering information and cyber security properly. This research paper fulfils that gap by applying the Finnish National Security Auditing Criteria version 2 (KATAKRI II) on eight asset classes that have recognised in Mobile Object Bus Integration (MOBI) project. The outcome is a pragmatic solution that provides large set of safeguards for guaranteeing ERV information and cyber security.