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Automotive Cybersecurity Detroit 2020 Agenda

As connectivity and autonomous vehicles advance, so do the areas of vulnerability increasing the threat landscape. That being said, you won't want to miss out on the unmatch ...

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Automotive Cybersecurity 2019 Recap

Whether you've attending the Automotive Cybersecurity event series or not, here's a recap of the past attendee list, top rated speakers and much more.

Securing the Digital Enterprise: A Vehicle-Lifecycle Approach to Auto Cybersecurity

As autonomous and connected vehicle technologies rapidly evolve, it has become evident that to ensure the safety of our cars in the digital age, that a holistic, enterprise-wide approach to the entire vehicle lifecycle will be necessary to address privacy concerns. That being said, access Auto IQ's recent article on...

Who Owns Your Data? Security & Privacy Considerations for Connected Vehicles

In recent years the phrase ‘the Internet of Things’ has become common parlance. More and more of our devices are connected to the internet, and it brings a huge variety of benefits. However, at the same time, questions over the harvesting and use of data continue to hit the headlines....

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Automotive Cybersecurity Past Attendee Snapshot

Interested in who you can expect to see this March 30 - April 1 in Detroit at Automotive Cybersecurity? Check out the Past Attendee Snapshot!

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Past Presentations

ISO/SAE 21434 Update: Embedding Cybersecurity in Every Stage of the Software/Product Development Life-Cycle

There may be a number of reasons cybersecurity is often regarded as an overhead cost rather than an active investment – a lack of demand from the consumer, or that forward-thinking on cybersecurity is left to be driven by OEMs and Suppliers. Recently, this has shifted with the development of...

Cybersecuring the Intersection of Big Data & Cloud Computing for L3-L4 Autonomous Vehicles

As vehicles become increasingly more connected through V2V, V2X communication, they become more vulnerable. Join this session to learn:Big data analytics applications with vehicle connected data - how do these sit within vehicle architecture and what security risks do they pose?The framework of data collection, data flow architecture, and cloud...

Cryptography for Communication Networks: Techniques for Automotive Cybersecurity

Intelligent Transportation Systems offer promising applications for efficient and safe communication for autonomous and smart cars. Facilitating V2V, V2X communication – ITS is just one vehicular network that makes embedded security applications computationally hard and memory constrained. Join this session to hear about:Lightweight cryptography methods for these communication networks.Work being...

Protecting Against Unreliable GPS Information, GPS Spoofing and Counter Spoofing

Especially in the case of autonomous vehicles, more and more systems rely upon accurate, live-streamed GPS coordinates. In this case study led by a cybersecurity expert, examine:Using reliable GPS information as an example, look at the parallels between functional safety and cybersecurity, and how this factors into the future of...

Prioritizing Cybersecurity into the Concept Design & Risk Assessment of a Subsystem

Check out one of the presentations from our hands-on training day to work through the vehicle life-cycle using a unit or subsystem as a case study, with the goal of learning how to prioritize cybersecurity at every stage.Troubleshoot pre-production cybersecurity challenges in risk assessment and concept development. Form a list...

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Data Security in Connected Vehicles

Connectivity has worked its way very quickly into automotive language, and the potential benefits of connected vehicles are widespread. The notion of autonomous cars driving us around while communicating with the infrastructure and other vehicles is no longer a vision, but fast becoming a reality. With huge amounts of data...

Cost Engineering in the Disruptive Era of Connected, Autonomous, Shared and Electric Mobility

Automotive expert, Peter Els, examines how cost engineering has evolved into a discipline vital for continued profitability and survival of manufacturers as the automotive industry transitions to provide Connected, Autonomous, Shared, and Electric Mobility in this new report.

Q&A: Christoph Stadler, Developer of Automated Driving Simulation Audi AG

Exclusive Q&A with Christoph Stadler, Developer of Automated Driving Simulation at Audi AG, about the key issues he faces as a developer of autonomated driving simulation. 

Cyber Security Challenges: Focuses for 2019

New report from the Cyber Security Hub from a survey about the annual spend and trends in the cybersecurity industry. 

ISO 21434 Framework

A cybersecurity process framework will be defined by the standard, including a common language for communicating and managing cybersecurity risk among stakeholders. Important to note, however, is that the standard will not prescribe specific technical solutions related to cybersecurity because it must account for new threats and vulnerabilities that can...

Prioritizing Cybersecurity

With today’s connected vehicles containing such complex E/E architecture, cybersecurity must be considered across an array of interrelated systems and networks.The cars of tomorrow - particularly autonomous vehicles - will provide a vast number of benefits to the consumer. However, with everything from steering to infotainment controlled by computers, the...

Rolling Out the Next-Generation of Cybersecurity

The rapid adoption of connected vehicle technology and the trend towards autonomous driving has highlighted the issue of cybersecurity in the automotive industry. What does the future of protecting against existing and unknown threats look like?

Cyber Security Regulatory Challenges

The automotive industry is changing at a faster pace than ever before, propelled forward by advances in technology which break the traditional developmental cycle mold. Self-driving vehicles, electrification and connected services are driving rapid development and while new technologies offer exciting possibilities, the industry as a whole must counterbalance this...

Automotive Cyber Security eBook

This exclusive ebook includes:ARTICLE #1 "How vulnerable are automakers to cyber attacks?"INFOGRAPHIC "Carjacking - risks of the internet-connected car"WHITEPAPER "Connected car driving change in defect detection"ARTICLE #2 "When does a cyber attack become a functional safety issue?"PRESENTATION #1 "Volvo presents collaborative security"PRESENTATION #2 "Stanley Law Group presents legal concerns for...

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Automotive Cybersecurity Detroit 2020 Past Attendee List

Make sure you check out who you can expect to meet and network with at this year's Automotive Cybersecurity Detroit 2020 Summit this March 30 - April 1, 2020 in Detroit, MI. You'll get to share your ideas with professionals, decision-makers, OEMs, Tier-1's, and more in the industry. Don't miss...

Automotive Cybersecurity Detroit 2020 Sponsorship Prospectus

The 11th Automotive Cybersecurity Detroit Summit will gather 150+ cybersecurity experts, including: CIOs, CISOs, Chief Engineers, Heads of Cybersecurity and Enterprise from OEMs, Tier1’s, Disruptors, and community stakeholders. The Automotive Cybersecurity Detroit Summit will offer industry providers individualized sponsorship opportunities to showcase their capabilities and network with influential stakeholders onsite!Secure...

Cybersecurity for a Connected Car: 2020 Strategic Priorities

Ahead of the Automotive Cybersecurity Summit, taking place March 30 - April 1, in Detroit, MI, we looked into the global automotive industry to see how the industry is preparing for a connected future. As vehicles become more connected, their systems become more vulnerable to hacking. 2019 was one of...