Join us at the upcoming Automotive Cybersecurity Detroit 2019
for an in-depth look into the current and future connected vehicle cybersecurity landscape. Our invited speakers will provide high-level insight as to the ongoing cybersecurity efforts from OEM's, Tier 1 Suppliers, IT Security, Federal & State Regulators, Cloud Security Companies, and leading solution providers as the automotive industry continues to navigate this ever-growing ecosystem.
Our 9th iteration in the Automotive Cybersecurity
will focus on key automotive cybersecurity
essentials such as building in physical security measures, embedded system security, over the air updates, ECU security, integrating cybersecurity throughout the supply chain, and much more.
Cybersecurity is an ever-growing challenge for the automotive industry, one that requires constant evaluation and forward thinking solutions development to advanced solutions in order to secure the future of automotive cybersecurity. Our invited speakers will shed light on the transformative efforts across industry to enhance vehicle cybersecurity capabilities, to include multiple workshops and interactive discussion groups led by senior level members from the automotive cybersecurity continuum.
Core Themes & Benefits
- Automotive Industry Leaders - Share, connect, and learn from OEMs, Tier 1 companies, and disruptors.
- Delivering Connected Vehicle Security by Design - Explore the efforts to prioritize cybersecurity across the vehicle's entire product development lifecycle.
- Cyber Ramifications of Increased Vehicle Connectivity - By 2020, the future connected mobility built-in internet connectivity will grow from 10% to 90%.
- A Connected Vehicle's Growing Attack Vector - The typical modern vehicle utilizes over 100 million lines of code, whereas your cell phone has less than 50,000 total lines.
- Understanding the Current Threat Landscape - Share challenges and best practices on a peer to peer level to better understand the current and future auto cyber threat ecosystem.
- Faye Francy, Executive Director, Auto-ISAC
- Ira McDonald, Security Architect, FCA
- Kristin Pfosi, Senior Manager, Automotive Cyber Security, Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America, Inc.
- Bob Gruszczynski, OBD Communication Expert, Volkswagen Group of America
- Alan Tatourian, Security Architect, P.E. - Autonomous Driving Division, Intel
- Chris Ballinger, CEO & Founder, the Mobility Open Blockchain Initiative
- Chris Green, Global Product Cybersecurity Officer, Delphi Technologies
- Chris Lupini, Cybersecurity Chief Engineer, Aptiv
- Dave Bares, Product Cybersecurity Senior Engineer, Lear Corporation
- Scott Smith, Chief Information Security Officer, Caterpillar
- Mark Zachos, Vehicle Data Link Connection (DLC) Security Standards Committee, SAE International
- Cosimo Senni, Head of Cybersecurity Engineering Services, Magneti Marelli
- Srini Adiraju, Director Of Cybersecurity, Visteon Corporation
- Matt Fahnestock, CIO, Dana Incorporated
- Sanjay Singh, CTO & Executive VP, Dura Automotive
- Joseph Kristofik, Director Functional Safety and Cybersecurity Management, Veoneer
- Arun DeSouza, Chief Information Security & Privacy Officer, Nexteer Automotive
- Joe Barkai, Chair, Vehicle Internet of Things Program Committee, SAE
- Amy Chu, Senior Director, Automotive Product Security, Harman International
- Stacy Janes, Security Team Lead, GENIVI Alliance
- Doug Wylie, Director, Industrial & Infrastructure Practice Area, SANS Institute
- Karl Heimer, Principal, Hemier & Associates LLC
- Uki Lucas, System Architect and HMI Functional Owner, FCA Group Programs, Connected Car R&D, Harman International
- J. Scott Sharland, CEO, Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG)
- Tony Kratofil, Chief Operations Officer, Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT)
- Scott McCormick, President, Connected Vehicle Trade Association
- Catherine Muir, Office Counsel, Cybersecurity Group, Baker McKenzie LLP
2019 Advisory Board Members
- Andre Weimerskirch, Vice President, Cybersecurity and Functional Safety, Lear Corporation
- John Krzeszewski, Chief Engineer of Cyber Security, Aptiv
- Nicholas Multari, PhD, Principal PM, Cybersecurity, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Pre-Conference Workshop Day
- March 27, 2019Conference Day One
- March 28, 2019Conference Day Two
- March 29, 2019
VenueVenue to be confirmed
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