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Threat Issues of Intelligent Transport System in the V2X Convergence Service Envrionment

V2X 융합서비스 환경에서 지능형차량시스템의 위협 이슈

  • Hong, Jin-Keun (Division of Information Communication, Baekseok University)
  • 홍진근 (백석대학교 정보통신학부)
  • Received : 2015.08.25
  • Accepted : 2015.10.20
  • Published : 2015.10.31

Abstract

In a V2X convergence service environment, the principal service among infotainment services and driver management services must be supported centering on critical information of the driver, maintenance manager, customer, and anonymous user. Many software applications have considered solutions to be satisfied the specific requirements of driving care programs, and plans. This paper describes data flow diagram of a secure clinic system for driving car diagnosis, which is included in clinic configuration, clinic, clinic page, membership, clinic request processing, driver profile data, clinic membership data, and clinic authentication in the V2X convergence service environment. It is reviewed focusing on security threat issue of ITS diagnostic system such as spoofing, tampering, repudiation, disclosure, denial of service, and privilege out of STRIDE model.

Keywords

Smart car;Internet of Things;Secure;Threat;V2X

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