Securing Connectivity Between Automobile Systems, Data Centers, & Infrastructure
Stay ahead of the game and be better prepared to confront cyber challenges by attending the 5th Automotive Cyber Security Summit. Join us as cyber security experts from both inside and outside the auto industry share their perspectives on how auto cyber security should be tackled.
As part of our Auto Cyber series, this Summit will be the first to showcase tracked sessions, divided based on key challenges being faced by auto players in the cyber security space. A can’t miss event for those who plan on spearheading their company’s strategies towards overcoming cyber challenges.
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of OEMs & Tier 1s Represented
Director Level & Above
U.S. Senator Gary Peters of Michigan’s Welcome Address
Senator Peters addresses the exciting developments currently underway within the automotive sphere. But with advancements like self-driving functionality and connectivity features come challenges that need to be addressed by both regulators and the industry. Cyber security has evolved into a massive frontier that key auto players will now need to trek as rapid innovation continues within the vehicle space.
Senator Peters welcomes you to his home state of Michigan; the location of Auto IQ’s 5th Automotive Cyber Security Summit where you will be able to join fellow thought-leaders in confronting the future of automotive technology and security.
Hear from the Cyber Security Experts
VP, Global Cyber Security
President and Founder
Connected Vehicle Trade Association
Senior Functional Safety Controls Engineer
Mercedes-Benz Research and Development
Senior Security Engineer
Uber Advanced Technologies Center
Debevoise & Plimpton
Director, Advanced Engineering and New Concepts
Technical Fellow, Security
OBD Communication Expert
Michigan Department of Transportation
Cyber Security IP Developer
Baker & McKenzie
Deputy Director, Cyber Statecraft Initiative
Engineer in Research Lead
University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI)
Cybersecurity Lab Technical Manager
Cybersecurity Engineering Technical Manager
CIO & Director
State of Michigan
Senior Research Scientist
US Army TARDEC - Ground Vehicle Robotics
Architect, Automotive Infotainment & Driver Information Systems
Director & CISO
Managing Director, Connected & Mobility Division
KIA Motors America
Cybersecurity Process and Tools Technical Manager
Past Attendees Include:
“The summit provided a very good overview of the state of automotive cyber security.”
“It was a very interesting event with valuable information shared. It was good to find out what other companies are doing to implement cyber security.”
“Very insightful into this new field. More aware of the entry points of intrusion into a vehicle by hackers.”
“Good lineup of speakers discussing the automotive industry cybersecurity trends.”
“Informative and educational, good networking with industry experts.”
“It was very informative and provided the opportunity to meet industry experts.”
“The breadth and depth of knowledge that was presented was very impressive.”
“Good to meet suppliers, experts, and academic people at one place.”
Interested in attending? Please fill out this registration form and email it to Enquiryiqpc@iqpc.com.
Post Show Report
Hear from leading technology experts to learn how to incorporate security solutions throughout the car.
Take a look at this past attendee list to see whom you might run into on the show floor this year.