Want to know who attends Automotive Cybersecurity Silicon Valley? Take a look at the job titles and companies that attended last year's summit to get an idea of who you'll be meeting and networking with onsite this coming October.
For a recap of what you may have missed last year at Automotive Cybersecurity Silicon Valley 2018, take a look at the post-show report, including the following:
- Attendee Overview (companies, job titles & industry breakdown)
- Event highlights
- What you can expect in 2019
Event Details: October 28 - 30, 2019 l Silicon Valley
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Join the upcoming Automotive Cybersecurity Silicon Valley 2019 Summit to participate, bring visibility, and drive discussion on the major emerging cybersecurity challenges affecting the current global automotive industry. This event provides a forum where automotive professionals can collaborate with like-minded leaders across the automotive continuum, including OEMs, Tier 1 and 2 Suppliers, large scale manufacturers, standards development organizations, Federal and State regulators, solution providers, and many more.
The Automotive Cybersecurity Summit has long since been an ear to the ground event series that is able to reach across multiple levels of automotive departments to drive actionable conversation and foster collaboration to not only identify challenges, but also to offer solutions that provide value across the automotive industry.
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