Dr. Yi (Estelle) Wang, 新加坡安全与隐私能力中心团队负责人, ＊＊专家安全与隐私, 整体工程与技术, 大陆汽车 (新加坡)
Dr. Yi (Estelle) Wang 获得博士学位。2008年获得新加坡南洋理工大学计算机工程学院的博士学位。Wang博士自2016年7月起在新加坡整体汽车技术有限公司（新加坡）成立了安全与隐私能力中心（SCC）团队。他目前是领导团队，专注于汽车高级研究项目和顾问。这些项目包括汽车以太网安全性，人工智能安全性，ECU的边通道攻击/对策，嵌入式系统中的后量子密码学以及二进制代码/源代码的漏洞分析。Wang博士还领导着亚太地区（新加坡，中国，日本，韩国）网络安全的法规和标准化工作，了解即将颁布的标准：ISO / SAE 21434道路车辆–网络安全工程，并参与了即将颁布的UNECE WP29法规。她是《新加坡技术参考》第68部分第3部分“自动驾驶巴士的网络安全评估”的核心成员。
"Regulatory (WP29) and Technical Challenges for Automotive Security in Quantum Computing Era"
With security challenges requirements of the upcoming UNECE WP29 R155, it covers the vehicle type till the end-of-life. To enable security for post-production phase, it might lead us enter Quantum computing era. In this talk, we discuss the requirements of WP.29 R155 and technical challenges for automotive security when facing quantum computing era. An overview of post quantum cryptography status is given followed by a use case study of secure diagnostic. The example using combinations of post quantum cryptographic algorithms to establish a secured and authentic communication channel between the electrical control unit (ECU) and a testing device for on-board diagnosis (OBD).
Dr. Yi (Estelle) Wang
Team Lead for Security & Privacy Competence Center Singapore
Principal Specialist Security & Privacy
Holistic Engineering & Technologies – he[a]t
Continental Automotive Singapore
Dr. Yi (Estelle) Wang received the Ph.D. degree in School of Computer Engineering from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore in 2008.
Dr. Wang built a team of Security & Privacy Competence Center (SCC) at Singapore, Holistic Engineering & Technologies – he[a]t, Continental Automotive Singapore from July 2016. Currently, she is leading team focusing on automotive advanced research projects and consultant projects including automotive Ethernet security, security for AI, side channel attacks/countermeasures for ECUs, post quantum cryptography in embedded system and vulnerability analysis for binary code/source code. Dr. Wang is also leading regulations and standardizations of Cybersecurity in APAC (Singapore, China, Japan, Korea), understanding the upcoming standard: ISO/SAE 21434 Road Vehicles – Cybersecurity Engineering and involving the upcoming regulations UNECE WP29. She is a core member for Singapore Technical reference 68 part-3 Cybersecurity assessment for Autonomous Buses.
Dr. Wang honored with the title of “TOP 20 Women in Cybersecurity Singapore 2020” by Public Security Society with building up Cybersecurity Community at Continental Automotive and promoted Cybersecurity culture to Singapore and contributing and extending Cybersecurity Know-how to Singapore Institute of Technologies through guest lectures from 2019.
Dr. Wang is also active in society activities with more than 42 international top journals (IEEE transactions and ACM transactions)/conference papers, and 7 industrial patents. She is an associate editor for TCAS II from 2020. She is served as a Committee Member of the Singapore Chapter of the IEEE Circuit and System. She has been served as a Technical Program Committee member for ASP-DAC 2016, ASP-DAC 2018 (security track), CPSS 2018.