Welcome

Welcome to the webpage of the PRESERVE project. PRESERVE contributes to the security and privacy of future vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication systems by addressing critical issues like performance, scalability, and deployability of V2X security systems.

Frank Kargl, Jonathan Petit
Scientific Coordinators PRESERVE

PRESERVE VSS now available for download

We are now providing the PRESERVE V2X Security Subsystem as free download to all interested parties.

You are only required to fill in a form with name, email, and organization so that we have an overview over who may be interested to use it.

At http://www.preserve-project.eu/vss-download you can download a binary version of the V2X Security Subsystem. The source code will be provided in a little while via a github repository.

PRESERVE at VNC 2014

PRESERVE presented four papers at IEEE VNC 2014. 4 out of 7 papers presenting security topics had involvement from PRESERVE which we consider a huge success.

Our contributions were:

Presentation of PRESERVE results at WIVEC 2014

The 6th International Symposium on Wireless Vehicular Communications was held on September 14-15, 2014 in Vancouver. The University of Twente presented some PRESERVE results on realistic attacker model in smart vehicles. Check out the publication "Jonathan Petit, Michael Feiri, Frank Kargl, "Revisiting Attacker Model for Smart Vehicles", IEEE WIVEC 2014!

International ITS Harmonization Workshop 2014

PRESERVE actively participates in the Harmonization Task Group #6, which will organize a public workshop to share information on work-in-progress and gather stakeholder feedback. For more information, see http://www.preserve-project.eu/node/106

PRESERVE at the DRIVE C2X Final Event

On July 16-17, 2014, DRIVE C2X presents its final results in Berlin. Interesting presentations and demonstrations show the work performed and the future challenges for cooperative driving. PRESERVE integrated with DRIVE C2X and worked on a secure solution. Congratulations to DRIVE C2X and thank you for the pleasant collaboration! 

Participation to focus group on security and privacy for the Cooperative ITS Corridor project

July 8th, 2014 - Helmond (NL) - Jonathan Petit (University of Twente) participated as security expert to a group discussion organized by the Cooperative ITS Corridor project. The meeting gathered experts from IT security, cyberforensics, road operators and industries to discuss the security and privacy issues of the two applications that will be deployed in the Cooperative ITS corridor on the highway route Rotterdam-Frankfurt/M-Vienna. 

PRESERVE at the Workshop "Security in Times of Surveillance"

April 28, 2014 - The University of Twente participated to the Workshop on "Security in Times of Surveillance" in Eindhoven, Netherlands. It was the occasion to discuss about the issues of privacy and surveillance. More information: http://www.win.tue.nl/eipsi/surveillance.html and https://twitter.com/Ei_PSI.

PRESERVE at Mobilité 2.0 French event

February 11, 2014 - Renault and Trialog, members of the PRESERVE project, presented to the French Ministry the results of the joint FOT with the French project Score@F.

More information (in French) here: Journée du 11 février 2014.

PRESERVE at Compass4D Showcase Event: the real deployment of ITS services

(Automotive Campus, Helmond, NL) - Compass4D is organizing a showcase event (https://twitter.com/Compass4D). Compass4D and PRESERVE will use this opportunity to discuss about the potential Extended Joint FOT.

C2C-CC Pilot PKI

Based on the PRESERVE PKI, the Pilot PKI of C2C-CC is a success story. It received a lot of attention (about 1000 ITS stations have been registered, about 900 long-term certificates and more than 3000 pseudonym certificates were issued so far), and was used during the ETSI Plugtest in November 2013. 

Fraunhofer SIT and Escrypt are highly involved into the development and maintenance of the C2C-CC Pilot PKI, and thus, wrote an article for the 12th C2C-CC newsletter (February 2014) where they describe the work done and the future challenges.

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