The CAN newsletter for March 2023 published an article by authors including our CTO Dr. Ken Tindell on the new NMFTA requirements for CAN security gateways.
The CAN newsletter for December 2022 published an article on encrypting CAN messages with CryptoCAN that describes how CryptoCAN works.
Dr. Andy Stanford-Clark of IBM produced a version of MQTT for CAN bus using Canis Labs CANPico hardware, and wrote a blog post about how it all works.
Canis Labs CTO Dr. Ken Tindell gave a talk at Secure Our Streets 2022 (September 15, online) about using encryption on CAN bus. The slides for this talk are available. A recording of the talk, including the Q&A, is also available.
Canis Labs CTO Dr. Ken Tindell gave a talk at AESIN 2022 (September 1, Solihull, UK) about CAN-HG augmenting CAN for much higher performance and security. The slides for this talk are available.
Canis Labs Inc. President David Rajnak presented the paper Defending Controller Area Network (CAN) Buses (PDF) at the National Defense Industry Association (NDIA) 2022 Ground Vehicle Systems Engineering Technology Symposium (August 16-18, Novi, MI). It covers the different types of attacks on CAN and techniques to defend against them.