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Master Thesis on Automotive Security and Privacy

Master Thesis on Automotive Security and Privacy

Master Thesis on Automotive Security and Privacy In collaboration with Continental

Security and privacy is gaining more and more attention in the automotive domain. Well known security and privacy solutions from other domains, e.g. telecommunication sector, cannot be directly applied to the automotive world; requiring a closer collaboration of both, academia and industry. In this regard, the Security & Privacy Competence Center (SCC) at Continental is offering the opportunity for one master student to conduct his/her thesis in collaboration with the SCC. In the envisioned thesis, the student is supposed to perform a systematic and rigorous literature review about the existing scientific research works on automotive security and privacy following well-established methodologies [1]. The student will be supervised and evaluated primarily by the specialists at the SCC and will be supported during their research by weekly or bi-weekly in-person meetings at Continental location in Frankfurt Sossenheim. The prospective students need to apply via the Chair of Mobile Business and Multilateral Security (Prof. Dr. Kai Rannenberg) at the Goethe University Frankfurt. In order to apply, please send your motivation letter (maximum 1 page) together with your academic records to abschlussarbeiten@m-chair.de and CC ahmad.sabouri@continental-corporation.com (attachment limit 1MB).


[1] Vom Brocke, Jan, Alexander Simons, Bjoern Niehaves, Kai Riemer, Ralf Plattfaut, and Anne Cleven. "Reconstructing the giant: On the importance of rigour in documenting the literature search process." In ECIS, vol. 9, pp. 2206-2217. 2009.