Automotive cyber security is a critical concern for vehicle manufacturers and their customers throughout the world. More than 100 million cars will have some form of connectivity by 2025. With interfaces to smartphones and ever-more powerful navigation, infotainment and ADAS technologies, vehicles are becoming exposed to external software. As a result, the car is now an attractive target to hackers, terrorists and other cyber criminals. Lives could be lost as a result of a single incident.
Cyber Secure Car 2015 is a major international conference which equips automakers and their suppliers with the knowledge and expert contacts needed to tackle these emerging cyber-threats.
Join Rainer Holve’s presentation “The future evolution of the highly Connected Car and its implications for Safety, Security and Privacy” on Sep. 29th.
This conference takes place Sep. 29th and 30th in Dresden.
Have a look at the offical website.