Automotive Cybersecurity Seminar – Postponed
06 May 2020
The Automotive Cybersecurity Seminar due to take place on 6th May at the MIRA Technology Institute in Nuneaton, UK, has been postponed, given the current coronavirus situation.
We will update this event once we know more.
Vehicles and their systems have certainly been hacked in trials and demonstrations – though not to any significant degree in real-life situations – at least so far as we know.
The technical talks will centre on
Raising awareness of the importance and relevance of cybersecurity to the automotive industry. Areas of interest will include; an overview of the state of the art in industrial practice and academic research, provision of a forum for discussion and debate around automotive security topics, demonstrating how cybersecurity can and must be a fundamental consideration throughout the full automotive lifecycle, from concept, through design, to destruction.
- Peter Davies Chair, AESIN Cybersecurity workstream
- Paul Wooderson, Cybersecurity Principal Engineer & Team Leader, HORIBA-MIRA
- Siraj Shaikh, Professor of Systems Security, Institute of Future Transport and Cities (FTC), Coventry University
- Aileen Ryan, Chief Strategy Officer, UltraSoC Technologies
- David Evans, Idiada