INDRA: Intrusion Detection using Recurrent Autoencoders in Automotive Embedded Systems

by   Vipin Kumar Kukkala, et al.

Today's vehicles are complex distributed embedded systems that are increasingly being connected to various external systems. Unfortunately, this increased connectivity makes the vehicles vulnerable to security attacks that can be catastrophic. In this work, we present a novel Intrusion Detection System (IDS) called INDRA that utilizes a Gated Recurrent Unit (GRU) based recurrent autoencoder to detect anomalies in Controller Area Network (CAN) bus-based automotive embedded systems. We evaluate our proposed framework under different attack scenarios and also compare it with the best known prior works in this area.



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