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SAE International unveils preview issue of new journal - Transportation Cybersecurity and Privacy
- 12 Apr 2018

SAE International has introduced the highly anticipated preview issue of its latest scholarly journal, Transportation Cybersecurity and Privacy, which will launch as a quarterly journal in 2018. This one-of-a-kind collection includes original articles focusing on the Cyber Physical System-related areas of transportation and privacy in passenger vehicles, commercial vehicles and aerospace systems, as well as rail and maritime systems.

Articles will present methods, tools, implementations and applications of research in transportation cybersecurity and privacy around technologies, cybersecurity engineering processes, and security economics and environments. The Journal is co-edited by Thomas M. Forest, Kevin Harnett and Dr. André Weimerskirch, three well-known experts in the cybersecurity field.

Forest is a member of the Electrical & Controls Systems Research Laboratory, working primarily in the areas of vehicle cybersecurity, vehicle electrical architecture, in-vehicle networking and safety-critical systems. He has over 30 years of experience in automotive electrical system design and has been the chairman of the SAE Vehicle Electrical Systems Security Committee since 2011.

Harnett is a Cybersecurity Program Manager (PM) with more than 36 years of experience providing technical leadership in planning, implementing and managing high-priority programs involving cybersecurity and risk management for the DOT, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), National Highway and Traffic Safety (NHTSA), DOD/USAF, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), NASA, DHS and other agencies.

Active in all areas of automotive and transportation cybersecurity and privacy, Dr. Weimerskirch is a main designer of the vehicle-to-vehicle security system, which will likely be the largest security system ever deployed. He is co-founder of the American workshop on embedded security in cars (escar USA), vice chair of the SAE Vehicle Electrical System Security Committee, co-chair of the Michigan Mobility Transformation Center (MTC) cybersecurity working group, co-organizer the SAE ComVEC heavy vehicle cybersecurity session and a member of the joint SAE/ISO Cybersecurity Working Group.

The Journal covers a range of subject areas, including: cybersecurity of sensors and cyber-physical systems; design of resilient architectures and applications; privacy and data protection issues in transportation systems; hardware security and secure hardware modules; security of vehicular communications (on-board, between vehicles, and between vehicles and infrastructure); cybersecurity engineering process; privacy by design; security throughout the system life-cycle; and security economics of both attackers and defenders.

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SAE International unveils preview issue of new journal of transportation cybersecurity and privacy
- 01 Dec 2017

SAE International has introduced the highly anticipated preview issue of its latest scholarly journal, Transportation Cybersecurity and Privacy, which will launch as a quarterly journal in 2018. This one-of-a-kind collection includes original articles focusing on the Cyber Physical System-related areas of transportation and privacy in passenger vehicles, commercial vehicles and aerospace systems, as well as rail and maritime systems. Articles will present methods, tools, implementations and applications of research in transportation cybersecurity and privacy around technologies, cybersecurity engineering processes, and security economics and environments. The Journal is co-edited by Thomas M. Forest, Kevin Harnett and Dr. André Weimerskirch, three well-known experts in the cybersecurity field.

Forest is a member of the Electrical & Controls Systems Research Laboratory, working primarily in the areas of vehicle cybersecurity, vehicle electrical architecture, in-vehicle networking and safety-critical systems. He has over 30 years of experience in automotive electrical system design and has been the chairman of the SAE Vehicle Electrical Systems Security Committee since 2011.

Harnett is a Cybersecurity Program Manager (PM) with more than 36 years of experience providing technical leadership in planning, implementing and managing high-priority programs involving cybersecurity and risk management for the DOT, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), National Highway and Traffic Safety (NHTSA), DOD/USAF, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), NASA, DHS and other agencies.

Active in all areas of automotive and transportation cybersecurity and privacy, Dr. Weimerskirch is a main designer of the vehicle-to-vehicle security system, which will likely be the largest security system ever deployed. He is co-founder of the American workshop on embedded security in cars (escar USA), vice chair of the SAE Vehicle Electrical System Security Committee, co-chair of the Michigan Mobility Transformation Center (MTC) cybersecurity working group, co-organizer of the SAE ComVEC heavy vehicle cybersecurity session and a member of the joint SAE/ISO Cybersecurity Working Group.

The Journal covers a range of subject areas, including cybersecurity of sensors and cyber-physical systems; design of resilient architectures and applications; privacy and data protection issues in transportation systems; hardware security and secure hardware modules; security of vehicular communications (on-board, between vehicles, and between vehicles and infrastructure); cybersecurity engineering process; privacy by design; security throughout the system life-cycle; and security economics of both attackers and defenders.

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SAE International set to launch new transportation cybersecurity journal
- 17 Jul 2017

SAE International has announced the fall 2017 launch of a preview issue of its new, one-of-a-kind collection of scientific articles relating to transportation cybersecurity and privacy.

Transportation Cybersecurity and Privacy: An SAE International Journal, SAE's new quarterly journal, will include original articles focusing on the Cyber Physical System-related areas of transportation and privacy and will present methods, tools, implementations, and applications of research in transportation cybersecurity and privacy around technologies, cybersecurity engineering process, and security economics and environment. Additional transportation systems, such as rail, aerospace, and maritime systems, will also be included.

The journal is co-edited by three well-known experts in the cybersecurity field. They are: Thomas M. Forest, Senior Technical Fellow, General Motors Research & Development; Kevin Harnett, Program Manager, U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT)/Volpe National Transportation Systems Center; and Dr. André Weimerskirch, Vice President, Cyber Security, Lear Corporation.

Authors are invited to submit review-ready manuscripts featuring a detailed and complete description of the research. All submitted articles undergo a thorough double-blind peer-review process and are not subject to deadlines. Submissions may be made through SAE International's Editorial Manager® at this link: http://www.editorialmanager.com/saetranscyberjnl.

A preview issue of the journal will available this fall, with the quarterly journal starting in March 2018.

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Elsevier publishes seven new cyber security books
- 24 Jul 2013

STM publisher Elsevier, Netherlands, has announced the publication of seven new cyber security books, including Introduction to Cyber-Warfare: A Multidisciplinary Approach and The Basics of Hacking and Penetration Testing: Ethical Hacking and Penetration Testing Made Easy. These and other related book titles will be available at DEF CON and Black Hat conferences in Las Vegas from Breakpoint, the official conference bookstore.

Written by experts Paulo Shakarian, Jana Shakarian, and Andrew Ruef, Introduction to Cyber-Warfare explains how cyber-warfare is carried out, why it is the new means of warfare, and the relevant military, policy, social, and scientific issues at play. It presents detailed case studies of cyber-attacks on governments, corporations and individuals.

The second edition of The Basics of Hacking and Penetration Testing provides updated information about ethical hacking, as well as penetration testing and interpretation using the most modern hacking tools. Author Dr. Patrick Engebretson is an expert in information security and a frequent speaker on the topic. The first edition of the book was cited by General Keith B. Alexander, Commander, U.S. Cyber Command and Director, National Security Agency in a keynote address on cyber security and American power in 2012.

All of the books are available through the Elsevier Store or can be found on ScienceDirect, a full-text scientific database offering journal articles and book chapters from more than 2,500 peer-reviewed journals and more than 11,000 books.

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Syngress titles offer tips for protection against cyber attacks
- 14 Jun 2011

Syngress, an imprint of Elsevier Science and Technology Books, has announced that Syngress security experts are at the forefront of the battle against cybercrime and offer their solutions in recent, cutting-edge cyber security books.

In Cyber Warfare, authors Jason Andress and Steve Winterfeld describe how and why cyber war is waged, addressing the key issues in corporate and global cyber warfare, discussing real-world attempts by individuals and states to adversely affect the networks and computers of corporate players and other nations. The concepts discussed in this book is expected to provide those involved in information security a better idea of how cyber conflicts are carried out now, how they will change in the future and how to detect and defend against cyber terrorists, organised criminals and non-state actors.

Another Syngress title, Cybercrime and Espionage, by Will Gragido and John Pirc, provides a wealth of knowledge about advanced attacks, their success and their presence within all industry. This book educates security professionals on next generation threats, and the authors, working in conjunction with strategic technology partners have key insights into these new threats.

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