Day 2: June 24

• Examining the digital thread of security throughout the supply chain, from OEMs with mature processes down to very small 4th party suppliers

• Closing the gap between product and enterprise security to effectively manage business risk

• Mitigating the information security and privacy risk nexus of the IoT

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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

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Theodore Miracco

CEO
Cylynt (formerly SmartFlow Compliance Solutions)

12:45 pm - 1:15 pm OPTIMIZING RESPONSES TO CYBERSECURITY INCIDENCES

Daniel Warsh - Legal Counsel, Bosch USA
Bob Caster - Chief Technical Expert, Bosch USA

• 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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Daniel Warsh

Legal Counsel
Bosch USA

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Bob Caster

Chief Technical Expert
Bosch USA

1:15 pm - 1:45 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

1:45 pm - 2:30 pm INDUSTRY UPDATE ON SAFETY AND CYBERSECURITY AS WE SECURE THE DIGITAL ENTERPRISE

• 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

2:30 pm - 3:00 pm INNOVATION vs. SECURITY: A CASE STUDY OF THE AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR

Eloy Avila - Chief Technology Officer, Darktrace

Consumer demands for connectivity and accessibility are fueling automotive innovation and expanding cyber-attack surfaces. Autonomously-driving vehicles, increasing numbers of IoT devices, and ‘smart’ technologies for our cities and homes are creating new cyber vulnerabilities even as they transform our daily lives.Join Eloy Avila, Darktrace’s CTO for the Americas and member of the Experiences Per Mile (EPM) Advisory Council, as he introduces the EPM’s recent report focused on the automotive industry. Eloy will analyze the security implications of recent trends and highlight how lessons learned across this sector can be applied to other industries.


Topics covered will include:


• How data is both fueling transformations and incentivizing cyber-criminals

• The security challenges created by consumer demands and automotive trends

• Why cross-industry collaboration is critical to stay ahead of cyber-attacks

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Eloy Avila

Chief Technology Officer
Darktrace

• 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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Ken Williams

Information and Cyber Security Leader
Nissan Motor Corporation

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Nishant Bhajaria

Staff Privacy Architect
Uber

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Stephen McKnight

Manager - GM Product Cybersecurity for Infotainment
General Motors