Novi, MI (PRWEB) March 16, 2016
Corey Thuen, Senior Research Consultant at IOActive, will be presenting for the first time analysis of all IOActive’s research to-date, combining publicly available findings, such as the 2015 Jeep Cherokee zero day hack, with anonymized private assessments. The analysis will give the big picture of the kind of vulnerabilities that have been found, which systems and attack vectors seem to be the most affected, and how significant the vulnerabilities really are.
The session, entitled “Back to the Future of Vehicle Cybersecurity”, will be on the first day of the conference, March 29. Mr Thuen will also be taking part in a round-table focusing on real-life telematics attacks and vulnerabilities found by security researchers alongside the DOT, CERT and Argus Cyber Security on March 30.
Annie Reddaway, head of cybersecurity research at TU-Automotive, commented “IOActive have been responsible for producing high-class research that has highlighted the importance of vehicle cybersecurity. We are excited to see the collated results, which will be of huge benefit for the audience.”
About TU-Automotive Cybersecurity USA
Bringing top level speakers from the likes of General Motors, The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, IOActive, the DOT, and Volkswagen, TU-Automotive Cybersecurity USA is the go-to event for the growing automotive cybersecurity community and those looking to stay ahead in this space.
The conference will include networking with attendees from across the connected car ecosystem as well as cybersecurity experts.
See the full agenda and speaker line-up here: http://www.tu-auto.com/cyber-security
Few passes remain so early booking is advised. Register here: http://www.tu-auto.com/cyber-security/register.php
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