Joachim Taiber

Chief Technology Officer
International Transportation Innovation Center

2:00 PM How the International Transportation Innovation Center Builds and Tests Cyber Security

Dr. Joachim has been testing and developing cyber security systems for vehicles for over 10 years. Previously working at the IT innovation lab at BMW, Dr. Joachim tests sensors to back end servers, looking for vulnerabilities in design mechanisms. ITIC, known as the leading test site for connected and sustainable mobility, has also been working on wireless power transfer for electrified vehicles with partners like Toyota, Cisco, Duke Energy and Cu-ICAR.
         Designing public/private partnership models
         Developing physical test beds for connected vehicle sustainable mobile technologies
         Discussing further research into testing methods to validate product functions of the vehicle
         Facilitating transportation innovation in a safe, secure, and confidential ecosystem 

3:30 PM DATA PANEL: Securing IT Backend Receivers & Vehicle & Consumer Data: Privacy and Safety Concerns of The Connected Car

A shift in consumer requirements has resulted due to advancements in technology. Our connected world needs to continuously reflect the high-tech cars we desire to drive. How can the automotive industry work with the variety of technology, and communication companies to prevent a hack of safety-critical systems, and protect consumer data? Join us during this collaborative discussion to explore:
         Available tools & strategies to increase security of vehicle communication systems, and deter third party attacks, and hacks while permitting OEMs access to those systems
·        Best practices in software development in communication systems that will reduce chances of a cyber attack
·        Discussing future advancements of the connected car and managing your team to assess, test, and detect threats for your consumer’s vehicle