Security Insider reports on the ReSiLENT research project, in which asvin is a major participant, in the current article “Cybersecure charging infrastructure despite low-cost hardware”.

ReSiLENT’s aim is to ensure the safe operation of low-cost charging infrastructure and is developing solutions for this purpose.

asvin is developing a cyber security network structure with contextual risk analysis to assess and prioritise cyber threats in the software of EV charging components and related systems.

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