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Bosch Semiconductors

Plug-and-Secure Communication for CAN

Cryptographic key exchanger for CAN

Application & Technical Summary

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Plug-and-Secure ("PnS") is a smart method of exchanging cryptographic keys between CAN nodes.

It is a novel, plug-and-play approach to establish and refresh symmetric cryptographic keys in CAN networks.

Product benefits

  • Simplicity / Ease-of-Use
  • Low complexity & low cost
  • Universal applicability
  • Low bandwidth requirements
  • Easy & scalable re-keying
  • Works with any CAN controller
  • Efficient for group keys

Universally applicable

from high-end engine control to low-end sensor

 PnS for CAN - Presentation

PnS for CAN - Presentation

 Paper published at International CAN Conference

Paper published at International CAN Conference