Security Innovation to speak at Telematics Berlin

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Automotive leaders meet to discuss the future of connected cars

Security Innovation, an authority in automotive and software security, announced today that it will be participating in the Telematics Berlin conference, May 11-12, 2015. Gene Carter, Security Innovation’s Director of Product Management and Marketing, will participate in a panel titled "Securing the Connected Car" at the conference Monday, May 11th, 2015 at 2:15 pm.

Telematics Berlin brings together key industry innovators, leading OEMs and other important players to discuss the current and future ramifications of making automobiles part of the Internet of Things.

“There has been a lot of media hype around the hacker threat on connected cars,” said Pete Samson, vice president of embedded security, Security Innovation. “Conferences like this bring the industry leaders together to separate fact from the hype and address the real challenges facing the increasingly internet-connected vehicle,” Samson concluded.

“After the great reception our security piece “Solving the Connected Car Security Conundrum” received, we could not be more excited to welcome Gene Carter of Security Innovation to our security panel at Telematics Berlin,” said Chris Breger, Project Director at TU-Automotive, the show’s host. “He’ll find himself in great company, as the European Commission and SBD join him in what is sure to be one of our most exciting panels this year.”

View "Solving the Connected Car Security Conundrum" here:

Sessions at the show will include:

  •     Enabling the Connected Car with Java: Smart and Secure
  •     The Connected Customer
  •     Laying the Foundations of the Smart City
  •     Apple Car - Dud or Danger?

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About Security Innovation
A software security pioneer since 2002, Security Innovation is dedicated to protecting sensitive data in the world’s most challenging environments – whether on embedded systems, desktops, web applications, mobile devices, or in the cloud. Recognizing that software applications no longer exist in isolation, our clients are better prepared to anticipate, navigate and reduce software security risk regardless of technology or system complexity. There are more than a million licenses of Security Innovation’s eLearning products in use today and our embedded security products ship on tens of millions of systems each year. The company is privately held and is headquartered in Wilmington, MA USA. Visit the company at or follow on Twitter @SecInnovation.

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