Symposium on Vehicle Security and Privacy (VehicleSec) 2024

Co-located with NDSS Symposium 2024, San Diego, CA

Founded in 2023, Vehicle Security and Privacy (VehicleSec) aims to bring together an audience of university researchers, scientists, industry professionals, and government representatives to contribute new theories, technologies, and systems on any security/privacy issues related to vehicles (e.g., ground, aerial, underwater, space), their sub-systems (e.g., in-vehicle networks, autonomy, connectivity, human-machine interfaces), supporting infrastructures (e.g., transportation infrastructure, ground control station), and related fundamental technologies (e.g., sensing, control, AI/ML/DNN/LLM, real-time computing, edge computing, location service, simulation, digital twin, multi-agent protocol/system design, and human-machine interaction).

The Second Symposium on Vehicle Security and Privacy (VehicleSec 2024) took place on 26 February 2024, in conjunction with the Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS) 2024 in San Diego, CA. Besides the main program, VehicleSec hosted a demo/poster session, a lightning talk session, and a community reception. Thank you to our sponsors for helping foster new ideas on vehicle security and privacy.

VehicleSec 2024 Awards


AVMON: Securing Autonomous Vehicles by Learning Control Invariants and Residual Prediction
Ahmed Abdo, Sakib Md Bin Malek, Xuanpeng Zhao, Nael Abu-Ghazaleh (University of California, Riverside) 


Securing Lidar Communication through Watermark-based Tampering Detection
Michele Marazzi, Stefano Longari, Michele Carminati, Stefano Zanero (Politecnico di Milano)


Securing EV charging system against Physical-layer Signal Injection Attack
Soyeon Son (Korea University) Kyungho Joo (Korea University) Wonsuk Choi (Korea University) Dong Hoon Lee (Korea University)


Commercial Vehicle Electronic Logging Device Security: Unmasking the Risk of Truck-to-Truck Cyber Worms
Jake Jepson, Rik Chatterjee, and Jeremy Daily (Colorado State University)


HistCAN: A real-time CAN IDS with enhanced historical traffic learning capability
Shuguo Zhuo, Nuo Li, Kui Ren (The State Key Laboratory of Blockchain and Data Security, Zhejiang University)


Demo: Exploiting Cybersecurity Flaws from the ELD Mandate for Trucks
Jeremy Daily (Colorado State University), Jake Jepson (Colorado State University), Rik Chatterjee (Colorado State University)


Demo: CAN Security Hands-On Education Platform
Ayaka Matsushita (TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION), Tsuyoshi Toyama (TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION), Hisashi Oguma (TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION), Takeshi Sugawara (The University of Electro-Communications)

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Accepted Demo Papers and Posters

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Student Travel Grant

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Call for sponsorship for VehicleSec 2024.

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Organizing Committee, Technical Program Committee, and Steering Committee.

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VehicleSec 2024 Sponsors

The Symposium on Vehicle Security and Privacy Symposium is made possible by sponsors and partners, who generously demonstrate their organization’s support for emerging research and the next generation of leaders in the security field.

Gold Sponsors

DENSO logo
ETAS logo
General Motors logo
Zoox logo

Reception Sponsor

Cybertruck Logo

Student Grant Sponsors

NSF Logo

Delegate Bag Sponsors

STMicroelectronics logo

Silver Sponsor

Global Security Initiative Arizona State University Center for Cybersecurity and Trusted Foundations