Understanding Cyber Threats to Connected Vehicles

Understanding Cyber Threats to Connected Vehicles

Vehicles with internet connectivity and self-driving capabilities are already on the market. To enable these technologies to develop the travelling public need to know they are safe.

Understanding the Cyber Threat to Connected and Autonomous Vehicles

CROWN COMMERCIAL SERVICE

Contract summary

Industry

Research and Development

Location of contract

Any region

Value of contract (£)

£40,000

Published date

19 May 2016

Closing date

03 June 2016

Contract start date

20 June 2016

Contract end date

15 July 2016

Description

As vehicles evolve they are becoming increasingly connected and automated. Vehicles with internet connectivity and self-driving capabilities are already on the market. To enable these technologies to develop the travelling public need to know they are safe. Recently publicised incidents, such as the Fiat-Chrysler hack, have shown that the information technology or information communications systems of vehicles can be used to interfere with critical vehicle control systems. There is a need to understand what vulnerabilities exist or may exist, to current and future connected and autonomous vehicles and what efforts have been undertaken to mitigate or propose mitigations. In this respect the DfT invites bids to provide: • A comprehensive review of open source and other literature on the vulnerabilities and mitigations of connected and autonomous vehicles to cyber-attacks and what conclusions can be drawn from the literature. • A summary of the findings. The aims and objectives of the work are to: • Inform DfT and CCAV of the state of evidence in this area, highlighting any particular weaknesses or gaps in the literature • Provide knowledge of recent and ongoing research and mitigation efforts in this area, including international activities • Inform the scope of subsequent research projects by the Authority in this area and ensure that they are non-duplicative and optimally targeted

About the buyer

Contact name

Amanda Jones

Address

Concept House

Newport

NP10 8QQ

Wales

Email

serviceops.research@crowncommercial.gov.uk

Other information

Attachments

SO18277 Appendix A – Terms of Participation – defn

SO18277 Appendix A – Terms of Participation – defn.pdf

SO18277 Appendix E – Pricing Table defn

SO18277 Appendix E – Pricing Table defn.xlsx

SO18277 Invitation To Tender defn

SO18277 Invitation To Tender defn.pdf

SO18277 Appendix C – DFT Terms and Conditions. standard

SO18277 Appendix C – DFT Terms and Conditions. standard.pdf

SO18277 Appendix F – Supplier Guidance Part B

SO18277 Appendix F – Supplier Guidance Part B.pdf

SO18277 Contracts Finder Advertisement defn

SO18277 Contracts Finder Advertisement defn.pdf

SO18277 Appendix D – Response Guidance – defn

SO18277 Appendix D – Response Guidance – defn.pdf

SO18277 Appendix B – Service Description defn

SO18277 Appendix B – Service Description defn.pdf

SO18277 Appendix F – Supplier Guidance Part A

SO18277 Appendix F – Supplier Guidance Part A.pdf

How to apply

Please apply directly to the buyer using the contact details provided.

 

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