WHEN: 10:00 a.m. EST on Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015
LOCATION: Online, with free registration
MODERATOR: Frost & Sullivan Automotive & Transportation Research Manager, Praveen Chandrasekar
Bill Mazzara, Cybersecurity Strategist, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles;
Martin Birkner, Head of Product Marketing, Connected Drive at HERE;
Andy Rowland, Head of Customer Innovation, BT Global Services;
Craig Smith, CEO, Theia Labs & OpenGarages
The connected car has rapidly moved from the realms of sci-fi to reality. Drivers are synching smartphones and other Wi-Fi, Bluetooth-enabled to in-car infotainment systems, and cars themselves have sophisticated safety and engine systems that communicate with the diagnostics heart of a vehicle. With greater connectivity comes greater risk of the chances of hackers breaking into a vehicle’s systems. Today, cybersecurity for vehicles is of paramount importance to automotive manufacturers.
Attend this webinar to discover:
— How the auto industry is embracing “cyberproofing”
— How to protect vehicles from malware injection to actual physical hacking
— How much cybersecurity will add in terms of overall cost
— A supplier’s view on connected car security
— A hacker’s view on connected car security
— BT’s vision for a secure connected car Registration
— Register to attend this briefing by emailing Mireya Espinoza, email@example.com, your full name, title, company name, company telephone number, company email address and website, city, state and country.
— View the on-demand version of this briefing any time after the live presentation by visiting – http://bit.ly/1DzapF4
“Cyberproofing the electronic control unit (ECU)-loaded, modern-day smartphone on wheels is crucial for OEMs who are gearing up to introduce level two and three automation and connected features,” said Frost & Sullivan Automotive & Transportation Research Manger Praveen Chandrasekar. “Besides protecting the consumer, this is crucial for the auto industry to protect its brand and intellectual property.”
“The auto industry needs to acknowledge the increasing risk of security, get into the first phases of the gap and threat analysis and then benchmark itself with more complicated giants like the aviation space. The rest is all about working with IT and cybersecurity specialists to use their expertise,” states Chandrasekar.
— For more information about Frost & Sullivan’s Visionary Innovation Group, please visit: http://www.frost.com.
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