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Effectively Addressing the Challenge of Securing Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
October 7, 2021 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm BST
As vehicles get more complex and connected, the attack surface increases. This presents increasing challenges for cybersecurity. This webinar introduces hardware based techniques for addressing security concerns, from legacy through to the future.
What will you learn?
- The best use of threat modelling techniques
- Methods for staying one step ahead of malicious hackers in the automotive space
- Effective methods for hardware-based attack detection
- How the Secure-CAV project looks at the problem of future vehicle security
Who should attend?
- Design engineers in hardware and software
- Vehicle OEM management
- Automotive engineers
- Cybersecurity engineers and managers
Can’t join on the day?
This webinar will be made available on demand for you to watch at your convenience. Please use your registration link to watch it.
Gajinder Panesar is a Fellow at Siemens. One of Europe’s leading SoC architects, Gadge’s experience includes senior architecture definition and design roles within both blue-chip and start-up environments. He holds more than 20 patents and is the author of more than 20 published works.
He was CTO at UltraSoC prior to the company’s acquisition by Mentor-Siemens. He has also held roles at NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA); Picochip, where he was Chief Architect, a role in which he continued after the company’s acquisition by Mindspeed Inc (NASDAQ:MSPD). His previous experience includes roles at STMicroelectronics, INMOS, and Acorn Computers. He is a former Research Fellow at the UK’s Southampton University, and a former Visiting Fellow at the University of Amsterdam.
David is a mobile phone and IoT security specialist who runs Copper Horse Ltd, a software and security company based in Windsor, UK. His company is currently focusing on product security for the Internet of Things as well as future automotive cybersecurity.
David chairs the Fraud and Security Group at the GSMA and sits on the Executive Board of the Internet of Things Security Foundation. He authored the UK’s ‘Code of Practice for Consumer IoT Security’, in collaboration with UK government and industry colleagues and is a member of the UK’s Telecoms Supply Chain Diversification Advisory Council.
He has worked in the mobile industry for over twenty years in security and engineering roles. Prior to this he worked in the semiconductor industry.
David holds an MSc in Software Engineering from the University of Oxford and a HND in Mechatronics from the University of Teesside. He lectured in Mobile Systems Security at the University of Oxford from 2012-2019 and served as a Visiting Professor in Cyber Security and Digital Forensics at York St John University.
He was awarded an MBE for services to Cybersecurity in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2019.
He blogs from https://mobilephonesecurity.org and tweets @drogersuk