ResiCAV is a ground-breaking programme focusing on the mobility industry’s ability to detect, understand and respond to emerging cybersecurity threats in real-time. This project brings together cross-sector expertise to position the UK as a leader in securing driverless cars.

The ResiCAV project led by leading engineering consultancy HORIBA MIRA, international security experts Thales and global telecommunications solutions provider BT, with further support from the University of Warwick, CFMS, Oxfordshire County Council, AESIN Techworks, plus the University of South Wales, the University of Bristol, Coventry University and the National Digital Exploitation Centre (NDEC).

ResiCAV’s strength lies in its ability to unite experts from the automotive, cybersecurity systems, and artificial intelligence fields. CFMS utilised their experience to understand the simulations required for evaluating Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAV) cyber-attacks. In doing so, the consortium can identify the best computing services to respond to potential threats, improving cybersecurity.

The primary goal of the ResiCAV project is to enable CAVs to respond in real-time to cybersecurity threats effectively. As part of the project, industry experts outlined requirements for Vehicle Security Operations Centres (VSOCs) that support the monitoring demands of the ISO/SAE 21434 standard, which describes the security engineering process in the automotive environment, delivering the UK road transport Cybersecurity Centre of Excellence requirements, positioning the UK as leading automotive cybersecurity.

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