Bluetooth is a short-range cable replacement technology that is found in millions of IoT devices around the world. Due to its ubiquity and breadth of functionality, it's been seen in vehicles as early as the late 2000s. While commonly used for phonebook access, hands-free phone usage, and media control, Bluetooth is nonetheless an important vector to consider when analyzing a vehicle's security case. In this CHV101 lecture, we'll explore Bluetooth as a technology and its relevance to automotive cybersecurity.

Speaker(s): Kamel Ghali

Location: Car Hacking Vlg


Event starts: 2020-08-07 14:00 (02:00 PM) PDT (UTC -07:00)

Event ends: 2020-08-07 14:50 (02:50 PM) PDT (UTC -07:00)

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