Agenda Day 1
7:30 am - 8:30 am Conference Arrival & Registration
8:30 am - 8:45 am Chairperson's Welcome & Opening Remarks
8:45 am - 9:30 am Keynote: Vehicle Safety & Cybersecurity Best Practices from General MotorsJeffrey Massimilla, Vice President for Global Cybersecurity,General Motors
General Motors VP for Vehicle Safety, Jeffrey Massimilla, has stated that “It’s not a question of if our industry will ever see a serious cyber security incident, but when,” alluding to the fact that a cybersecurity incident for one automobile manufacturer affects everyone. The need for a balanced approach to regulation and increased collaboration between the industries and government agencies remains crucial to ensure connected car security.
· Updating with GM’s current cybersecurity vehicle awareness plans
· Discussing vehicle safety standards and regulations that allow self-imposed guidance for OEM’s
· Implementing NHTSA Cybersecurity best practices guidelines into your manufacturing
· Improving and enhancing collaboration with Automobile Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Auto-ISAC)
· Protecting consumer’s personal and sensitive information within a framework that allows continued innovation and growth
Jeffrey MassimillaVice President for Global Cybersecurity
9:15 am - 10:00 am Session Reserved For Security CompassRohit Sethi, Chief Operating Officer,Security Compass
10:30 am - 12:00 am Demo Drive & Refreshment Break
11:15 am - 12:00 pm Keynote Panel Session: Regulatory Standards Update & Future Preparations for Automotive CybersecurityAlex Epstein, Senior Director, Digital Strategy & Content,National Safety Council Alex Epstein, Senior Director, Digital Strategy & Content,National Safety Council Alex Epstein, Senior Director, Digital Strategy & Content,National Safety Council Alex Epstein, Senior Director, Digital Strategy & Content,National Safety Council Catherine Muir, Of Counsel,Baker McKenzie Debbie Dingell, Congresswoman- 12th District of Michigan ,United States House of Representatives Faye Francy, Executive Director ,Automotive ISAC
With the growing concern for cybersecurity safety among OEM’s, best practices, standards, and frameworks created by the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration), NIST (National Institute of Standards Technology), ISO (International Organization for Standardization), SAE International, Auto-ISAC (Automotive Information sharing and analysis center) and others form best practices to undertake as a manufacturer. With the recommendations from the above coupled with federal regulations forming from the U.S Department of Transportation and the Federal Trade Commission there is much discussion to take place regarding appropriate safety features and standards. Join this panel to hear discussions and best practice guidance on regulatory approaches, connected car data uses and sharing, cybersecurity issues, privacy issues and the road ahead for manufacturers, innovators and regulators staying within the same lane.
· Enforcing consumer protection standards and regulations
· Working with stakeholders to ensure innovation does not intrude consumer privacy
· Enhancing constant communication between government agencies, security experts, trade associations and stakeholders to craft guidance and self-imposed industry standards
· Sharing data on cybersecurity threats and balancing the industry vs. regulatory involvement of standards and guidance
Catherine MuirOf Counsel
Debbie DingellCongresswoman- 12th District of Michigan
United States House of Representatives
Faye FrancyExecutive Director
12:45 pm - 1:45 pm Lunch
2:30 pm - 2:45 pm Leg Stretch & Room Reset
STREAM A: Security of In-Vehicle Components2:45 pm - 3:30 pm Collaboration Across the Global Automotive Industry & Enhancing Cybersecurity Awareness Faye Francy, Executive Director ,Automotive ISAC
With the copious amounts of data being produced from the increase in connected cars on the road, the automotive industry must collaborate to maximize business potential, accelerate the pace of innovation, and save consumer lives on the road.
• Developing relationships with OEM’s and Stakeholders to enhance the speed of innovation and increase consumer safety
• Assessing safety improvements from city infrastructure and car manufacturers to reduce the number of car fatalities, accidents, and cyber hacks
• Discussing out of industry models for cyber security that can be directly applied to the automotive industry
• Analyzing data generation of connected and future vehicles to boost future of autonomy business models
Faye FrancyExecutive Director
STREAM A: Security of In-Vehicle Components3:30 pm - 4:15 pm Stream A: Assessing Enterprise Cyber Security Risk: Lessons Learned From 50 Years of Predicting Risk Douglas Clare, Vice President ,FICO
Based on DHS-funded academic research, advances in Internet threat detection have evolved into enterprise-grade tools capable of performing a complex assessment of network security. The result is an empirical score that forecasts the likelihood of a material data breach. This session will articulate what you need to know about predictive analytics, how they’re used in security scoring, and why you can’t afford to “ignore your score”.
· Cyber Risk Quantification
· FICO’s R & D
· Managing 3rd and 4th party supply chain risk
Douglas ClareVice President
STREAM B: Incident Response & Management2:45 pm - 3:30 pm Stream B: How Can We Optimize the Incident Response Process when Vulnerabilities are Exposed? Terrance Yamak, Senior Director, Design Engineering ,Hitachi America
Deployment of highly secured and reliable architecture will be of paramount importance in protecting vehicles from cyberattack in the next generation vehicles. This can be achieved by ensuring a robust security protocol that can continuously monitor the environment against hostile intrusions and attacks. In this presentation, we will discuss Hitachi's security design methodology that can be implemented to secure the in-vehicle components and systems. In addition, we will also explain our established framework for incident tracking and countermeasure execution.
Terrance YamakSenior Director, Design Engineering
4:15 pm - 5:00 pm Afternoon Break & Networking
4:45 pm - 5:30 pm Smart Mobility Panel Discussion: Cyber Security for Future Smart MobilityAlex Epstein, Senior Director, Digital Strategy & Content,National Safety Council Carla Bailo, President & CEO,Center for Automotive Research Douglas Clare, Vice President ,FICO Jeff Davis, Senior Vice President, Membership & Business Development,Intelligent Transportation Society of America
With futuristic research already being done 5 years from now on the interactive connections between vehicles, users, and the environment, can begin to identify future mobility. This panel will assess the future urban environment through the assessment of a Smart City & Future Public Transportation System, The Autonomous Vehicle, Communication and Security Challenges, and Testing and Certification. Join this top networking session to get exposed to innovative ideas incubated in the Cyber landscape.
· Discussing the ideal vehicle for urban mobility
· Examining smart parking and new initiatives around the next generation end-to-end solution
· Adapting cities regulations and infrastructure to expedite adoption and new mobility deployment
· Debating new paradigms for urban mobility with the rise of automation and data analytics
· How can we progress from the concept of smart mobility to an “in action” reality plan?
Carla BailoPresident & CEO
Center for Automotive Research
Douglas ClareVice President
Jeff DavisSenior Vice President, Membership & Business Development
Intelligent Transportation Society of America