escar Europe, the world's leading automotive cybersecurity conference, will take place as an hybrid event on November 10 and 11 - virtual and live-on-stage at the "House of Logistics and Mobility" in Frankfurt. Leading experts from business, academia and government will give recent insights and encourage discussions on in-vehicle cybersecurity.
Quality standard for automotive cybersecurity ISO/SAE 21434 is now published in its final version and integrated into the Automotive Cybersecurity Maturity Model of PROOF. In addition, mapping to the JasPar Cyber Security Quality Assurance Guide is now possible. The corresponding update is available immediately to all PROOF subscribers.
At the 2021 Auto-ISAC Cybersecurity Summit on October 13-14, will see automakers and suppliers join policy and research experts to share insights and best practices. The hybrid event will be hosted in person in the Detroit Marriott at the GM Renaissance Center as well as virtually.
From conferences and exhibitions to presentations and discussions, fall is a popular time for events. This year is no exception, with some events taking place online and others once again being held in person. Anyone interested in the transformation of mobility in general and automotive cybersecurity in particular should make sure not to miss the following top recommendations.
Microcontrollers and microprocessors with hardware security modules (HSM) are the state of the art in many of today’s automotive ECUs. This applies in particular to safety-critical components such as airbags, battery management systems, and steering and braking systems.
The ELIV Congress (Electronics In Vehicles) invites automotive electronics and software experts to meet on October 20 and 21 - on-site at the World Conference Center in Bonn or online via livestream. In the face of increasing vehicle connectivity and new regulatory requirements, automotive cybersecurity will play an important role at the event.
On September 27 and 28ETAS Connections 2021 offers a 360-degree view of the software-based transformation in the automotive industry. In the Wagenhallen in Stuttgart, top-class speakers and exciting discussions will reveal why software competence is becoming a decisive competitive factor.
On October 6 from 3 to 6 p.m. the AURIX Knowledge Lab 2021 "Battery Management in control" will take place. At the free online workshop ESCRYPT, together with Infineon and embedded service provider Hitex, will demonstrate how cybersecurity and functional safety are paired on the microcontroller.