The Cyber Security Digital Service Infrastructure (DSI) is underpinned by the Security of Network and Information Systems (NIS) Directive (2016/1148) and it supports the development of the cybersecurity capacities in the EU Member States, including the cybersecurity capabilities for Cooperative Connected and Automated Mobility (CCAM).
This Action will develop cybersecurity capabilities for connected vehicles in the context of a complete risk and hazard analysis (threats, vulnerabilities, attacks and countermeasures) focusing on use cases for the “Thessaloniki, Sofia, Belgrade (GR-BG-SRB)” 5G cross-border corridor.
It will examine the corridor as a unified set of services, hardware and software components with possible multi-standard, multinational variations exposed to cyber threats. Following this analysis, it will develop a Security Assessment Toolkit that will increase preparedness for relevant software and hardware components and will facilitate Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRT) to assess, audit and report security issues for the 5G corridor.
The results of the Action will contribute towards the awareness-raising regarding threats and vulnerabilities appearing in the 5G-enabled Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) corridors under emerging transportation paradigms (i.e. electromobility).