In this position, Faye Francy serves the global automotive industry
through the analysis and sharing of trusted and timely cyber threat information
about existing or potential cyber-related threats and vulnerabilities for
on-road vehicle electronics and associated networks.
The ED is actively engaged with private-sector
stakeholders, partners and government agencies to facilitate information
sharing and strengthen the industry's capability and capacity to detect,
prevent, respond to, and mitigate disruptions related to the connected vehicle
and supporting infrastructure. The
responsibilities include developing, maintaining and executing a Strategic Plan
that outlines strategic and operational priorities for the automotive industry.
Build and maintains key relationships with Chief Information Officers (CIOs),
Chief Information Systems Officers (CISOs), Product Development leadership, and
other executives across the automotive industry responsible for securing
vehicles and connected infrastructure.
Ms. Francy has a Bachelors Degree in
Chemistry and Mathematics and Masters in Forensic Chemistry Faye is an American Institute of Aeronautics
and Astronautics (AIAA) Associate Fellow, former Research Advisory Board Member
for Embry Riddle, and DC Analyst’s Roundtable Membership Chair.
The Auto-ISAC is a non-profit organization operating in Washington, D.C. Previously Ms. Francy was the Aviation ISAC Executive Director. She held numerous leadership positions at Boeing, including Cyber ONE Leader, Director Enterprise Technologies, Phantom Works and Air Traffic Management.
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