Join AutomotiveIQ’s 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. By building off the success of our previous Automotive Cybersecurity Silicon Valley and Detroit Summits, our organization aims to provide a forum where automotive professionals can collaborate with like-minded leaders across the automotive continuum to include, OEMs, Tier 1 and 2 Suppliers, large scale manufacturers, standards development organizations, Federal and State regulators, and many more.
AutomotiveIQ’s 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 to offer solutions that provide value across the automotive industry.
With automotive and cross industry leaders, this summit will provide you the unique opportunity to discuss emerging trends in automotive cybersecurity such as, strategies to build in security by deign processes, ISO 21434 implementation and the road ahead, embedded systems security developments, intrusion and threat detection strategies, product engineering, and more as we continue to shine a light on the industry’s challenges.
The number of internet connected vehicles on the road today is surging, with some experts stating that by the end of 2020, the future connected mobility built-in internet connectivity will grow from 10% to 90%, multiplying an already massive threat vector. Of the most prevalent themes of this conference, urgency will undoubtedly play a role in each speaker’s presentation as industry continues to tackle the ever growing challenge of automotive cybersecurity.
Research Director of Transportation Security
Principal PM, Cybersecurity
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Functional Safety Manager
Connected Vehicle Trade Association
Director of Cyber Security Foundations, Software Engineering Institute
Carnegie Mellon University
CEO and Founder, MOBI
former CFO and Head of Mobility, Toyota Research Institute
Senior Technical Advisor, Engineering Dvision
DENSO International America
Chief Scientist Cyber Security Research
Senior Information Security Advisor
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Regional President Automotive Electronics, North America
Robert Bosch LLC
Chief Engineer of Cyber Security
Chief Community Officer
Trusted IoT Alliance
Vice President, Global Business Development & Strategy
Trillium Secure, Inc.
CEO and Chief Scientist
Red Balloon Security
Director or Product Security
Chief Community Officer
Trusted IoT Alliance
Learn from Leaders in the Automotive Industry
Security experts from leading OEMs and Tier 1 companies are coming together under one roof to teach your team how to keep the technology throughout the car safe and secure.
Shake hands with the best of the best!
Take advantage of the endless networking opportunities with top automotive experts & familiarize yourself with the most up-to-date information to share with your team.
Empower Yourself with the Right Solutions
Hear from leading technology experts to learn how to incorporate security solutions throughout the car to protect your passengers, customer data and vehicle inside and out.
Participate in Thought-Provoking Discussions
Delve deep into the security strategies, innovative technologies and strategic planning that is essential to ensure your vehicles will defend from any outside threat.
Past Attendees Include:
"Excellent networking opportunities, broad representation from industry."
"Very informative event which provided a window into the current state of the automotive OE's and contact resources for Tech expert companies."
"Great overview of current situation for cyber security. "
"A great cyber security overview within automotive industry."
"The event was high level in terms of technical content. This is great for management level."
"Multiple 1:1 sessions with individuals, discussing perspective & approaches to issues presented."
“Good discussion & networking opportunities”
“Great topics and content”
“Intellectual & valuable presentations”
“Big diversity in attendees from security, OEMs, Tier 1-2-3-4 companies and hacking community”
“Great networking discussions”
“It was nice to meet and hear from a diverse audience of presenters & participants”
“Good overview of where the industry is going and where is needs to head”
To see who could be joining you this year, take a look at the companies and job titles who attended the last iteration of Automotive Cyber Security.
Want to learn more about what happened in 2017? Check out our Post Show Report that highlights: attendee statistics, top speaking sessions, what to expect in 2018 and more!