Thank you to our Event Host and Sponsor:
Thank you to our Event Partner:
Automotive Electronics Security is a major focus as we create ever increasing levels of connectivity and vehicle system complexity and cross industry participation is now creating real solutions to secure against cybercrime and hacking.
Hosted by THALES and in partnership with IOTSF this Conference will provide insight into the latest thinking and experiences from leading cross-industry players, considering topics such as skills requirements, digital trust, secure architecture, cryptographic keys / authentication, robustness – resilient application interfaces and remote updates / access / firmware OTA (over-the-air).
09:30 Welcome & Introduction
Session 1 – Security: Short Term Gains and Long Term Objectives
09:45 Framing Remarks
– Chris Hills, Phaedrus Systems
09:50 Adding Cyber Security to the MoT
10:10 How to Protect Automotive Systems with ARM Security Architecture
– Rob Coombs, ARM
10:30 Automotive Cybersecurity Through Assurance
– Andrew Ashby, Ricardo
10:50 Panel 1 – Chaired by Chris Hills, Phaedrus Systems
11:00 Break, Networking & Exhibition Area
Session 2 – Addressing the Security Skills Shortage
11:30 Framing Remarks
– Kevin Vincent, University of Coventry
11:35 An OEM Experience – What do we need, what can AESIN do?
– Dave Battersby, Jaguar Land Rover
11:55 Skills to Make Cyber Security Claims in Support of Safety
12:15 National Scale Support
– Mr Peter D, NCSC
12:35 Panel 2 – Chaired by Kevin Vincent, University of Coventry
12:45 Lunch, Networking & Exhibition Area
Session 3 – Policy, Insurance & Insurability
13:45 Framing Remarks
– David Wong, SMMT
13:50 After Repair, What Will it Take for a Connected Car to be Insurable?
14:10 Insuring Machine Learning Systems
14:30 Competition v Safety Policy Developments
– Sevvy Palmer, CCAV
14:50 Panel 3 – Chaired by David Wong, SMMT
15:00 Break, Networking & Exhibition Area
15:25 Closing Keynote
15:45 Closing Remarks
16:00 Event Close
Thank you to our Exhibitor:
If you would like more information on Exhibition and Sponsorship Opportunities, please contact Rachel Palmer.
This event is FREE for AESIN/TechWorks/NMI Members to Attend.
Tickets cost £150+VAT for Non-Members to Attend.