The SELFY project was represented during the CSI (Cyber Security International) Radar, a multidisciplinary and international event on Cyber Security, celebrated as a hybrid format with two on-site and three virtual days from 12th – 16th of June in Seville (Spain).
Víctor Jiménez, SELFY’s technical coordinator and researcher at the IT&OT Security Unit of Eurecat, and Aitor Fernández, project partner and president of AEVAC, participated in the event talking about the development of tools for a cybersecure and trustworthy Connected and Automated Cooperative Mobility (CCAM).
During his intervention, Aitor Fernández highlighted the risks that any driver can have, who is vulnerable to autonomous driving since if they suffer a car hack, they lose security, and exposed how cyber-risks can affect to the VRU (Vulnerable Road Users) in general, and also in particular for citizens with special needs.
On the other hand, Víctor Jiménez took the opportunity to present SELFY, offering a general overview about the project, the consortium, the toolbox to be developed and the main objectives and expected impacts, as well as the three different use-case scenarios in which the project’s toolbox and solutions will be validated.
The CSI Radar, organised by the Sevilla City Office and Telefónica Tech, had the objective to give visibility to all the leading national companies, multinationals, partners, universities, institutions, manufacturers and experts working to improve cybersecurity in Spain.