Main Conference Day One: August 20, 2020

6:15 am - 8:00 am MORNING MEET UP RUN

Let’s meet up for a run and get primed for a great day of learning!

8:00 am - 9:00 am MORNING REGISTRATION

Come pick up your badge and grab a cup of coffee and croissant and keep the conversation flowing from yesterday.

9:00 am - 9:45 am UNDERSTANDING THE RISK AND LIABILITIES ASSOCIATED WITH CYBERSECURITY AND PROTECTING YOUR ORGANIZATION

Jennifer Dukarski - Shareholder, Butzel Long
Claudia Rast - Shareholder, Butzel Long
  • Understand the responsibility and accountability of legal car applications
  • Who has access to the data and vehicle monitoring data collected
  • Developing a model of thinking that proves protecting the consumer is protecting yourself
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Jennifer Dukarski

Shareholder
Butzel Long

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Claudia Rast

Shareholder
Butzel Long

9:45 am - 10:30 am KEYNOTE: A GREY HAT’S PERSPECTIVE ON DEPLOYING A GLOBAL CYBER SECURITY SERVICES INITIATIVE

Christopher Dickman - Global Chief of Cyber Security Services and Research Team, Nissan Motor Corporation
• This presentation will deliver the current and future state of deploying a global cyber security services initiative throughout a large Enterprise
• Articulating advantages, and roadblocks of breaking out of regional silos and the potential effects on a company’s culture within existing and future
team structures
• Understanding the challenges we face building cyber security business partnerships and the importance on implementing an effective service
deployment roadmap while navigating an evolving industry centered around customer experiences and services

Christopher Dickman

Global Chief of Cyber Security Services and Research Team
Nissan Motor Corporation

10:30 am - 11:00 am MORNING NETWORKING AND SPEED DATING IN OUR DISCOVERY ZONE

See the cutting edge in tools and applications for yourself. Visit our discovery zone for demos, prototypes of next level of security. Attendees will have the opportunity to join us in a speed dating challenge as we listen in at 5 minute elevator pitches from industry leaders, challenge their expertise and learn about fast and flexible vehicle development. Hold your pre-scheduled meetings and network with colleagues during our speed dating!

Product Security

11:00 am - 11:45 am AUTOMOTIVE CYBERSECURITY - IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES AND MEASURES
Sriram Yarlagadda - Cyber Security Architect, Aptiv
  • Understand challenges of adaptation of Network security from IT industry to Automotive
  • Design considerations for network security, secure boot, feature activations and key management
  • Security factors influencing the level of autonomy
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Sriram Yarlagadda

Cyber Security Architect
Aptiv

  • Identifying theft, privacy and data protection issues in vehicular settings
  • Understanding the current landscape of data protection
  • Harnessing the best software to protect data in vehicles - data complexity and isolation
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Andre Weimerskirch

Vice President, Cybersecurity and Functional Safety
Lear Corporation

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David Cox

Senior Counsel for Privacy and Cybersecurity
Volkswagen Group of America

Architecture Security

11:00 am - 11:45 am SECURING SOFTWARE DOWNLOADS AND OPEN VEHICLE APPLICATION PLATFORMS
Monica Mitchell - Chief Engineer of Cybersecurity, Polaris
  • Identifying all of the connection points of a connected vehicle
  • Hardening those points to protect the vehicle
  • Futureproofing connected vehicles through communications security development
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Monica Mitchell

Chief Engineer of Cybersecurity
Polaris

Architecture Security

11:45 am - 12:30 pm DEVELOPING APPLICATION VEHICLE SECURITY BY DESIGN FOR A CONNECTED WORLD
• Harnessing new mindsets around security and safety in a connected
world
• Securing vehicle internal/external communications
• Overcoming the hurdles of applying cybersecurity in a hardware world

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm LUNCH

With an increasing amount of software in today’s vehicles resulting in a larger attack surface, the question to be considered is, “Can these same companies approach the cybersecurity challenge with a similar, shared commodity approach?” This panel will discuss whether OEMs and their suppliers are willing to have open discussions and, if so, what are some of the initial primary targets for identifying shared approaches and solutions the automotive industry can use to meet the growing cybersecurity challenge.
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Matt Jones

Chief Systems Architect, Wind River Systems and Board Member
GENIVI Alliance

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Stephen McKnight

Manager - GM Product Cybersecurity for Infotainment
General Motors

AFTERNOON ROUNDTABLES

Get into the nitty gritty of some of the biggest hurdles the implementation of new standards by joining our interactive roundtables. Use this opportunityto discuss troubleshooting and priorities as you benchmark with peers.

ROUNDTABLE ONE

2:15 pm - 3:00 pm JOURNEY MAPPING PRODUCT SECURITY UNDER NEW FRAMEWORK
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Catherine Muir

Counsel
Baker McKenzie

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David Cox

Senior Counsel for Privacy and Cybersecurity
Volkswagen Group of America

ROUNDTABLE THREE

2:15 pm - 3:00 pm SECURING AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES AND COMPLEX EMBEDDED SYSTEMS
Ryan Gerdes - Assistant Professor, Virginia Tech

Ryan Gerdes

Assistant Professor
Virginia Tech

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm AFTERNOON NETWORKING BREAK AND CYBERSECURITY CHALLENGE

Challenge your cybersecurity skills as we challenge yourself to detect threats within a network. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with each other as they work as a team to identify threats to the system.
• Understanding the state of the industry around incident response
• Harnessing the best technology to shut down cyber breaches
• Cultivating strategies to allow for the editing and saving of code
• Effectively integrating legal counsel into these matters

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Amy Chu

Senior Director, Automotive Product Security
Harman

Daniel Warsh

Legal Counsel
Bosch USA

3:30 pm - 4:00 pm OPTIMIZING RESPONSES TO CYBERSECURITY INCIDENCES
Amy Chu - Senior Director, Automotive Product Security, Harman
  • Understanding the state of the industry around incident response
  • Harnessing the best technology to shut down cyber breaches
  • Cultivating strategies to allow for the editing and saving of code
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Amy Chu

Senior Director, Automotive Product Security
Harman

3:30 pm - 4:00 pm ADVANCING REAL TIME THREAT DETECTION AND CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT
  • Protecting critical data through advanced technology
  • Using continuous updates to protect critical systems
  • Developing strong protections for strong vehicles
• Hear about the best practices thus far in the implementation of the new standards such as ISO / SAE DIS 21434 and harmonization with existing ones
• Understanding the transition from existing strategies
• Looking at how to motivate organizations to continuously improve in the cyber world

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Andre Weimerskirch

Vice President, Cybersecurity and Functional Safety
Lear Corporation

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Kevin Baltes

Director - Product Cybersecurity
General Motors

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Mark Zachos

Chair, Vehicle Data Link Connection (DLC) Security Standards Committee
SAE International

4:45 pm - 5:30 pm CLOSING REMARKS

5:30 pm - 5:30 pm POST SUMMIT MEET UP

Join us for our post-conference meet up as we continue the discussions around professional and personal development off-line