Tournament Torque: ASRG's push for automotive software security

The Automotive Security Research Group (ASRG) is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness and supporting the development of security for the automotive industry, with a focus on finding and promoting solutions that make automotive products safer and more secure. As we head into this brave new technological world for the industry, with an enormous increasing dependence on software powering vehicles and ecosystem applications, organizations like ASRG play a key role in drawing attention to and upholding software security within the automotive industry.

Explore this comprehensive case study to learn more about how they utilized Secure Code Warrior's tournaments to engage developers, increase awareness of key vulnerabilities affecting automotive software, and gain metrics across multiple languages and frameworks.

You will learn:

  • Results and metrics from tournament-based learning
  • Empowering and upskilling developers with industry-relevant content.
  • The state of software security in the automotive industry, and how organizations like ASRG are promoting awareness


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