Resense Labs
International Workshop on Future Internet Model for Smart City Services conjunction with IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things
05-08 February 2018 – Singapore

Dr. Madhusudan Singh
IEEE Member
Yonsei Institute of Convergence Technology,
Yonsei University, Songdo, South Korea

Keynote: Internet Connected Vehicle Security (ICVs): Perspective, Challenges and Future Trends


the internet connected vehicles are secured through the traditional security mechanism similar as information technology security standards (ISO 27000and family), but a risk of attacks will reach new levels of interoperability, and the independent decision-making will begin to embed complexity, security loopholes and potential "black swan" events. This type of research needs built-in security and architectural design to protect emerging threats. To handle the vehicle communication and computing expertise, envisioned societal impact, government, agencies and vehicle manufacturers had produced international associations devoted exclusively to VANETs. Final goal of ICVs security is to provide a completely secured environment for an intelligent vehicle system for different operating environments. Therefore, we would like to focus more on internet connected vehicles security challenges and their possible solutions for automotive industries, which can support automotive markets for smart and safe driving. Nowadays, Intelligent vehicles related projects are evolving rapidly and users are shifting from local servers to community data centers. Therefore, automotive markets are desperately in need of solutions that can improve safety of driving, security of vehicles as-well-as need to reduce the cost of ownership of an automobile. In this talk, we discuss about distributed vehicle peer to peer securely communication of Internet connected vehicle's especially on run time situation. We also discussed about the some multiple use cases of internet-connected vehicles. In this talk will discuss about internet connected vehicle security challenges and their possible solutions in future vehicles.


Dr. Madhusudan Singh received his Bachelor and Master’s degree in computer application from VBS Purvanchal University, Jaunpur in 2003 and UP Technical University, Lucknow, in 2006, respectively. He did his M. Tech degree in IT with specialization in Software Engineering from IIIT-Allahabad, India in 2008 and Ph.D. degree in Ubiquitous IT from Dongseo University, Busan South Korea in Feb. 2012. He worked as a Senior Engineer (R&D) at Samsung Display, Ghieung, South Korea, from March 2012 – March 2016. Since June 2016, he has been a Research Professor, Yonsei Institute of Convergence Technology, Yonsei University Global Campus- Songdo (Smart City), Incheon, South Korea. He is the author of more than 40 research papers and 15 patents. His research interest in the field of Automotive Cyber Security, Intelligent Vehicles, Blockchain Technology, Artificial Intelligence, Wireless Communication, Network Security and Internet of Things.