Hack the Hacker – Cyber Security Strategies for the Car in the Connected World

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Telematics Update can announce today that Jaguar Land Rover, Green Hills Software, Autonet Mobile, Telit and McNamara Technology Solution will join in a panel debate at the Consumer Telematics Show (Rio Grande Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Jan 5) to give insight on the most critical part of the connected car – keeping it safe from the threats of hackers.

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This is a key point that our panel will discuss at CTS - the best place to develop your knowledge of the connected car.

Securing the car in the connected world is unquestionably a hot topic within the industry at the moment. The ‘threat landscape’ has widened as the number of ways of bringing connectivity into the car (whether Bluetooth, USB or RF) has increased. In theory, access to the car can be obtained from anywhere on the Internet, if a way of accessing the desired private network can be found. Therefore, the aim of the session at Consumer Telematics Show 2015 (Jan 5, the eve of International CES) is to analyze how robust current cyber security structures are and where to allocate future resource so that malicious attacks can be prevented.

Jack Palmer, Project Director for the Consumer Telematics Show, commented, “The number one challenge for automakers and the community is keeping the connected car safe. A holistic approach to security that combines architectures and implementation strategies is the industry's best hope of minimizing the threat of cyber security breaches. This is a key point that our panel will discuss at CTS - the best place to develop your knowledge of the connected car.”

The full agenda for the event can be found here the Consumer Telematics Show 2015 – http://www.tu-auto.com/cts/conference-agenda.php

The Consumer Telematics Show is the biggest and best connected car event during International CES®. 500 senior executives will gather to witness a world-first presentation from Volvo’s Group CIO & Vice President, Klas Bendrik on their “Drive Me” Autonomous Car Project, as well as exclusive announcements from Nissan and Audi.
Throughout the day, delegates will have the opportunity to go beyond the hype and press releases of the New Year announcements by managing relationships with existing partners, meeting new leads and updating themselves on the latest connected car innovation.

For the complete Consumer Telematics Show 2015 conference program and speaker line-up, access the e-brochure at http://www.tu-auto.com/cts/conference-event-brochure.php or contact the Telematics Update team at CTS(at)telematicsupdate(dot)com

Register via the secure link here: https://secure.telematicsupdate.com/cts/register.php

This is what the industry has said about the Consumer Telematics Show -

“CTS is a great way to start the CES week at Last Vegas!” General Motors

“Very well organised and an essential warm-up for the CES Keynotes.” Toyota

About Telematics Update: Telematics Update Conferences are the most prestigious in the industry. We produce the largest telematics events in North America, Europe & Asia, and attract the most influential speakers providing a rich environment for establishing strategic relationships and networking.

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T: +44 (0) 20 7375 7572 (Global) / 1 800 814 3459 ext 7572 (USA Toll Free)
E: jpalmer(at)telematicsupdate(dot)com

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