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Introduction to Vehicular Vulnerabilities

Course number : DEV10 E876   
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Organizations spend a great deal of time, money, and resources protecting their physical infrastructures from cyber breaches but neglect the vehicles their teams use on the ELD (Electronic Logging Device). This one-day course introduces individuals with basic computer skills to the security vulnerabilities accessible to hackers in any vehicle, anytime, anywhere. This hands-on, immersive training program teaches participants to discover where security vulnerabilities may exist through a “learn by doing” experience. Attendees also gain understanding of how to identify and enumerate the common ELD equipment used by modern police forces.

In this course, you will gain insight into the following:
  • Penetration testing of wiring, antennas, infotainment systems, and radios
  • Software that operates your vehicles (most vehicles today have millions of lines of code)
  • The security risk of mobile phones that enter your car
  • Accessible passwords to hackers in your vehicle
  • How to tell if your vehicle has been compromised
  • Digital attacks on drivers in your community
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Class Details

1 Sessions
Weekly - Mon

CCI at Camp San Luis Obispo

Bruce DeBruhl 

CEUs : 0.8



Please read:  Access Requirements for Camp San Luis Obispo: • Valid Driver License for vehicle operator • State or Federal identification for all passengers • Current insurance and registration for privately owned vehicles * State/Local Government vehicles do not require insurance/registration ** Please plan to arrive a minimal of 30 minutes early to process through Camp SLO’s gate check in. One CEU = ten contact hours of participation in organized continuing education/training experience under responsible, qualified direction and instruction (definition of the International Association for Continuing Education and Training-IACET) Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are based on the number of sixty-minute contact hours for a course or program. (Example: If a course or program meets ten contact hours, you will receive one CEU.) To receive CEUs, you must be present for the entire course or program. Earned CEUs may be useful in maintaining certification or licensure. They may also document your continuing professional education for an employer, association or credentialing agency. Cal Poly Extended Education maintains a record of the CEUs you have earned through programs and courses approved for CEUs. CEUs are for non-credit courses or programs. They cannot be converted to quarter or semester hour credit and they cannot be applied to degree programs.



Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s) Instructional Method
3/18/2019 - 3/18/2019 Weekly - Mon 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM San Luis Obispo, CCI at Camp San Luis Obispo  Map Bruce DeBruhl  Lecture