Automotive Cybersecurity is going digital this October!

As we continue to operate during COVID-19, the Automotive Cybersecurity Summit is committed to efficiently delivering high level content from an array of prominent leaders in the industry by going digital. To ensure the safety of all participants involved, the Automotive Cybersecurity Summit is excited to provide a two day online event filled with virtual speakers, presentations and panel discussions.

Sitting at the cornerstone of autonomous and connected vehicles is cybersecurity - join Automotive IQ’s upcoming Automotive Cybersecurity Online Summit as we discuss the latest physical and virtual threats, enterprise and product security, policy and accountability and customer privacy concerns. Don't miss out on the opportunity to join a variety of cybersecurity experts, including: CIOs, CISOs, Product Owners, Chief Engineers, Heads of Cybersecurity and Enterprise from OEMs, Tier1’s, Disruptors and community stakeholders.

Join what our delegates call the “most engaging” [Connected Vehicle Cybersecurity Director, NIO] cybersecurity vehicles event on the market as we delve into:
Product Journey - Discuss the framework for designing with cybersecurity in mind, from testing and diagnostics to life cycle management. How can we advance product security from a physical and virtual side while developing products that are safe, competitive and interoperable?
Architecture Journey - Learn about OS architecture and how the industry is working towards securing and protecting connected and autonomous cars. What are the areas of risk with SODA to the product and enterprise? Join the discussions on areas of vulnerabilities in the industry, standards and regulations shaping our V2X movement as we increase levels of autonomy and connectivity.
Privacy Journey - How as an industry are we securing, collecting and protecting customer data? Don’t miss out on the discussion as OEMs, Tier1s, Rideshares and stakeholders discuss data security and privacy concerns.

End User vs. Vendor Attendance Qualifications 

All attendees will be evaluated based on the below qualifications.
End User An individual responsible for evaluating, purchasing or managing resources, products and/or services for their organization’s internal usage. An end user organization does not offer products, services or solutions associated with the domain of cyber security. No restrictions based on title, seniority, experience, company, or industry.
Vendor An individual from a company that offers cyber or physical security products or solutions regardless of the role, responsibility, or job title of the executive considering attendance. This includes but is not limited to Cybersecurity Technology, Consulting Services, and Cyber or Physical Security Hardware or Software. It is at sole discretion of the Automotive IQ staff to determine eligibility by considering these guidelines.


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