ESCRYPT invites you to attend the exclusive “Security for a globally connected vehicle” workshop as part of the embedded world 2019 conference program. In Class 4.1 on Wednesday, February 27, 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., security experts will offer illuminating insights into how connected vehicles can be protected against cyberattacks today and in the future.
- Rens van der Heijden from the Institute of Distributed Systems at Ulm University will demonstrate ways IT security can be ensured for connected and autonomous driving in the future.
- Security engineer Dr. Michael Herrmann explores the benefits and functions of vehicle intrusion detection systems (IDS).
- And Dennis Kengo Oka from the renowned chip and software manufacturer Synopsys explains how software quality and security represent two sides of the same coin.
- Other topics include security requirements for OEMs, cryptographic techniques and protocols for secure communication in practice, secure firmware updates over the air, on- and off-board communication, and the security cloud.
With informative and inspiring discussions with experts and colleagues to look forward to, the workshop is a must for all connected mobility enthusiasts. Reserve your spot now!