An unhackable driver simulation program
To show some of things it can do in the security of on-board vehicle systems, Netherlands-headquartered Irdeto ran this driving simulator in its booth. When the simulator ran on the unsecured computer board visible on the lower left, a “hack” could stop the whole simulation dead in its tracks. When the simulator ran on secured hardware (not visible in this view), Irdeto software would isolate the problem and let the program recover so the interruption was unnoticeable. Irdeto personnel said in real life, one of the security problems they often see relates to public/private key security schemes whose private keys are handled in a way that makes them susceptible to interception by hackers.
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