Automotive Cybersecurity Silicon Valley 2019 Agenda
You’re an automotive cybersecurity expert working within concept design, secure product development, post-production, or have oversight of corporate structure and forming internal policy to support cybersecurity efforts. You have concerns around how, at present, there’s no standardization of common terminology throughout supply chain, industry consensus on key cybersecurity issues, or any existing criteria for vehicle cybersecurity engineering.
As the industry is aware and actively involved in, the ISO/SAE 21434 standard is in development and will soon be released for comment throughout the wider industry. Building upon ISO 26262, the aim is to address automotive use of embedded controllers, safety issues, or form a complete picture of the vehicle lifecycle. But, how will this impact our engineering lifecycle? What impact will this standard have on my bottom line, and overhead costs?
Driving factors, like autonomous vehicles and MaaS, are advancing infrastructure and internal vehicle ecosystems. What does this mean for cybersecurity? Vulnerabilities have been identified – but is there best practice in securing against them?
As is the nature of cybersecurity, the automotive industry is protecting against a threat that hasn’t yet revealed itself. The question is: how far into the future should we be securing?
Join your automotive peers from OEMs, Suppliers, Mobility providers and industry disruptors to troubleshoot the problems being presented to the industry.
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