INTRUSION DETECTION AND PREVENTION FOR HEAVY-DUTY VEHICLES (SAE J1939)Network
Heavy-duty vehicles use the SAE standard J1939 protocol for control area networks (CAN). This protocol can be exploited to commit cyber-attacks on the vehicle’s, frequently interoperable, electronic control units (ECUs).
Arilou’s Sentinel-TRK overcomes these issues by incorporating intrusion detection (IDS) with an optional intrusion prevention (IPS) mechanism for heavy-duty vehicles using the SAE J1939 protocol.
InspectInspect traffic for deviation from allowed rules and baseline
DetectDetect violations of established baseline or expected behavior
ReportReport and log detected cyber-events for further analysis
DiscardDiscard events that are hazardous to safety or functionality
Incoming J1939 CAN messages are routed to SENTIENL-TRK.
Messages are inspected and any anomaly is reported.
When configured as an IPS, messages hazardous to safety or functionality are discarded.
Arilou offers flexible implementation modes tailored to meet OEM needs and architectural environments.
LearnLearn and define rules and communication profile
MonitorMonitor and examine J1939 CAN-bus traffic
DetectDetect deviations from established profile and rules
BENEFITS AND FEATURESFEATURES
Optional PreventionOptionally discard message frames identified as attacks
Flexible ImplementationGateway or endpoint integration options
High PerformanceOptimized for high performance frame processing
Context AwareManages rare event cases including emergency braking and reckless driving
Custom Event ReportingReport via telematics, cellular SMS, Cellular IP or as specified
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