Wheel Tracks, Rutting a New Oregon Trail: A Survey of Autonomous Vehicle Cybersecurity and Survivability Analysis Research
The Rapid Development of Autonomous Vehicles during the Past Decade Has Caused Increasingly Grave Cybersecurity Challenges to Be Associated with their Use. among These Challenges Are Vulnerabilities Involving Existing Vehicular Technology, Which Have Been Subject to Well-Publicized Exploits that Bring into Question the Survivability of These Vehicles under Failure or Attack. This Chapter is a Survey of the Research Landscape of Autonomous Vehicles, Focusing on Security and Survivability; Related Attributes Such as Performability Are Also Considered. Research Areas Are Visualized in a Taxonomy and Gaps Are Discussed throughout the Paper. We Conclude with Recommendations and a Discussion of Future Research Opportunities.
J. L. King et al., "Wheel Tracks, Rutting a New Oregon Trail: A Survey of Autonomous Vehicle Cybersecurity and Survivability Analysis Research," Advances in Computers, Jan 2023.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.adcom.2022.12.002
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Autonomous vehicles; Availability; Cybersecurity; Performability; Survivability
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01 Jan 2023
National Science Foundation, Grant DUE-1742523