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Question 1: Power windows, lane assistance, seat warming and other functions are possible due to the inclusion of which features?

Question 2: What does CIA stand for and why is it important?

Question 3: What is the main backbone in-vehicle network called?

Question 4: There are two ways to connect CAN loggers. What are these two ways?

Question 5: Since 1996, it has been mandatory by law for every vehicle to have this installed. What is it?

Question 6: Which entry point has a short-range radio transmitter that communicates with a vehicle by sending identification information to it for authentication?

Question 7: Broadly speaking, there are two types of automotive attacks. What are they, and can you provide an example of each?

Question 8: Regarding levels of automation, which level refers to partial automation?

Question 9: Regarding levels of automation, which level refers to assisted automation?

Question 10: What is the name of the middleware and system-level standard developed by various stakeholders in 2003 that guides the automotive industry in designing and implementing software in the vehicle?

Question 11: Which guide provides a complete life cycle process framework that could be adapted and tailored to a company-specific process?

Question 12: What are some of the key challenges in securing connected vehicles?

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