Camille Gay

Camille Gay

  • Cyber security

  • Department

    • InfoTech IS,
      Information and Communication Planning Div.
  • Biography

    • 2014-

      Development of automotive ECUs and automotive cybersecurity evaluation.

    • 2013

      Master Degree in Electrical Engineering, INSA Lyon

  • Publication List/Conference presentation


    • A Model for CAN Message Timestamp Fluctuations to Accurately Estimate Transmitter Clock Skews, International Journal of Automotive Engineering

    • How to Identify the Physical Direction of CAN Message Transmission, The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE), Technical Committee on Hardware Security (HWS), 2022

    • A Study of Message Arrival Timestamps on Controller Area Networks, International Journal of Automotive Engineering (IJAE), 2022

    • Fuzzing the filesystem layer of IoT devices over USB, SCIS2019

    • Software vulnerabilities mitigations using automotive HSMs, SCIS2017


    • Fundamentals of Automotive Cybersecurity (Automotive networks and attack examples), IPSJ Special Edition, Vol. 61 No.6 June 2020

    • Model Aircraft Autopilot, Elektor Magazine May 2015 issue

    • Chip-9 Video Games Emulator, Elektor Magazine July/August 2014

    Conference presentation

    • Consideration of the Evaluation Environment for IDS using Analog Signals of CAN Bus, IEICE, IEICE General Conference 2023

    • RAMN: Resistant Automotive Miniature Network (HITB Cyberweek 2020 / Chaos Communication Congress rc3 2020)

    • What are the risks with open-source software in your car? (Bsides Tokyo 2018)

    • Are connected cars secure ? (JSAE 2017 Yokohama)

    • How to use automotive HSMs (Automotive Software Frontier 2017)

  • Commendation/Memberships

    • Invited Researcher, Cyber Physical Security Research Center, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)

    • PhD Student, Yokohama National University

    • Graduated with highest honors from INSA Lyon