With increased connectivity and the rise in autonomous automobiles, cyber threats are now more prevalent, exposing the vehicle to multiple dangers and risks. The need to protect and secure these vulnerable entry points is a major priority for automotive manufacturers to ensure the safety of their drivers and passengers.
As a result, The 4th Annual Automotive Cyber Security Summit will bring together automotive OEMs, Tier 1 manufacturers and solution providers alike to discuss best practices, strategies and solutions to combat cyber threats and attacks and ensure the security of vehicles inside and out.
access to the most active stakeholders
your value and brand ahead of competitors in the marketplace
with our high-level speaker faculty and VIP guests
your value proposition through a thought leadership presentation
your own sponsorship package in order to maximize your company's exposure
WHO YOU WILL MEET:
Gain access to top decision-makers from Automotive OEMs and Tier 1s. Below is an outline of job titles you may expect to meet and network with onsite:
- IT Infrastructure Director
- Head of Network Security
- Network Administrator
- Cyber Security Program Manager
- Systems Operations Administrator
- Safety Director
- Head of Connected Cars
- Security Engineer
- Security Software Developer
- Intrusion Detection Specialist
- Telematics Engineer
- Head Technologist
- Vehicle Information Technology Director
- ...and more!
WHO SHOULD SPONSOR:
This event will provide a unique opportunity for solution providers that specialize in...
CONTACT US TODAY:
We offer a variety of opportunities to ensure your group is receiving the necessary exposure with this high level audience. Our Sponsorship Prospectus outlines some of these opportunities, but there are a variety of other options we'd be happy to discuss with your group.
To learn more about these and other marketing opportunities please contact us at 1 646-378-6021 or email Jeff.Latimer@iqpc.com.
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