Main Conference Day Two: August 21, 2020

8:00 am - 9:00 am REGISTRATION

Continue the conversations from yesterday as you check-in and grab a snack to fuel up for the day ahead.

9:00 am - 9:45 am KEYNOTE: THE BALANCING ACT OF SAFETY, SECURITY AND PASSENGER PRIVACY

Joao Silva - Chief Platform Engineer Architect, Garmin International
  • Cultivating the best tools to meet new standards head on
  • Understanding the best practice for deploying new frameworks
  • Future proofing process development to ensure that software will be protected in the future
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Joao Silva

Chief Platform Engineer Architect
Garmin International

  • Understanding how to implement design principals while still accounting for cybersecurity
  • Building vehicles that both delight and protect consumers

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Joseph Kristofik

Director, Functional Safety and Cybersecurity Management
Veoneer

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Joao Silva

Chief Platform Engineer Architect
Garmin International

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Amy Chu

Senior Director, Automotive Product Security
Harman

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Xin Ye

Cybersecurity Technical Expert
Ford Motor Company

10:30 am - 11:00 am MORNING DEMONSTRATIONS

Join us in the Discovery Zone for demos and prototypes. Attendees will have the opportunity to join us in a speed dating challenges as we listen in at 5 minute elevator pitches from industry leaders. Hold your pre-scheduled meetings and network with colleagues during our speed dating!

11:00 am - 11:30 am KEYNOTE: SECURITY CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS IN TELEOPERATION

Tao Zhang - IEEE Fellow, NIST: National Institute of Standards and Technology
While impressive progress has been made developing self-driving vehicles, fundamental challenges remain to be addressed. Recently, an increasing
effort has been devoted to exploring additional paths toward automated driving. One such path is teleoperation. This talk will discuss the main challenges
and potential solutions in teleoperation with a focus on security.
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Tao Zhang

IEEE Fellow
NIST: National Institute of Standards and Technology

PRODUCT SECURITY

11:30 am - 12:00 pm TESTING HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE TO EVALUATE PRODUCT INTEGRITY
  • Performing software-level vulnerability testing and integration testing
  • Evaluating and identifying new methods to reduce attack surface
  • Securing design processes for improved vehicle architecture

ARCHITECTURE SECURITY

11:30 am - 12:00 pm HEAVY VEHICLE CYBERSECURITY
Jeremy Daily - Associate Professor, Colorado State University
• Understanding the difference between heavy vehicles and passenger cars
• Understanding the unique threats to fleets
• Cybersecurity and digital forensics
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Jeremy Daily

Associate Professor
Colorado State University

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm MEET & GREET LUNCH

Get to know your colleagues across the industry over a light meal
After three days of content and activities what else do you want to know?



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John Krzeszewski

Chief Engineer of Cybersecurity
Aptiv

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Kevin Baltes

Director - Product Cybersecurity
General Motors

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Karl Heimer

Principal
Heimer & Associates

  • Examining the digital thread of security across the supply chain
  • Mitigating the information security and privacy risk nexus of the IoT
  • Securing hardware and protecting across the enterprise
  • Identity Lifecycle Management to manage business risk
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Earl Duby

Chief Information Security Officer
Lear Corporation

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Arun DeSouza

Chief Information Security and Privacy Officer
Nexteer Automotive

Tom Hewitt

IT Director Cybersecurity and IT Risk
Dana Incorporated

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Martin Bally

Chief Information Security Officer
American Axle and Manufacturing

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Theodore Miracco

CEO
SmartFlow Compliance Solutions Ltd

2:30 pm - 2:45 pm CHARGING BREAK & PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Are you dealing with the growing pains of a new team or trying to break the silos on your product teams? Take a break from the learning and
recharge with some fun team building exercises that you can do with you teams

2:45 pm - 3:30 pm INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS - SECURITY OPERATIONS CENTER (ITS-SOC)

Ken Williams - Information and Cyber Security Leader, Nissan Motor Corporation
• Presenting a view of ITS wide area network defensiveness defined as an aggregate of individual application-controlled physical objects providing
V2I connectivity
• Considering ways in which to increase ITS network reliability by maximizing the defensiveness of application-support architectures
• Implementation of automated defensive mechanisms against ITS physical object failure due to connectivity and software virus infestation

Ken Williams

Information and Cyber Security Leader
Nissan Motor Corporation

• Understanding how cybersecurity will adapt in the face of MaaS
• Speculating on how cybersecurity will grow and change as more people move to public transportation
• Detailing the professional development needed for the agile community
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Catherine Muir

Counsel
Baker McKenzie

Ken Williams

Information and Cyber Security Leader
Nissan Motor Corporation

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Sam Arwood

Principal CEO
OSAAVA

4:15 pm - 4:30 pm CLOSING REMARKS

4:30 pm - 4:30 pm SEE YOU IN CALIFORNIA IN THE FALL