December 13-14, 2017
Join your colleagues and attend the first Auto-ISAC Summit
Start Your Engines, December 13-14, 2017 in Dearborn, Michigan. During these two days, you will hear from and interact with cybersecurity experts from leading OEMs and suppliers, and representatives from NHTSA, the FTC and DHS.
Themes to be Explored
Components to build overall cybersecurity program
Information sharing, incident response, training/war gaming, OEM vs. tier-one perspective, and overcoming internal resistance to have effective collaboration.
What technical security solutions are missing?
What standards are needed? What technologies are not available? What’s missing right now (1-3 years), and where will we go (AV, 5-10 years)?
Why Collaboration is Essential
The importance of information sharing, establishing public private partnerships, and understanding expectation.
Acting Administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Heidi King is the Acting Administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. She comes to NHTSA with extensive experience in public safety, innovation, risk management, evidence-based decision-making and law enforcement.
Retired Vice Admiral, USN and former Vice Chairman of Booz Allen Hamilton
After retiring from the US Navy in 1996, Mr. McConnell joined Booz Allen, to lead development of the firm’s Information Assurance and Intelligence business focused on policy, operations, transformation, homeland security, intelligence analytics and counter-terrorism.
Chief Security Officer for the Department of Technology, Management and Budget, State of Michigan
In Rajiv Das’ current position as Chief Security Officer for the Department of Technology, Management and Budget, State of Michigan, Das plays a vital role as a member of the senior Information Technology (IT) Leadership team.
Vice President, R&D, Automotive Cyber Security, HARMAN
Yuval Weisglass is Vice President for R&D, Automotive Cyber Security at HARMAN, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
Executive Director, Connected Vehicles, and Services, Ford Motor Company
Don Butler is executive director, Connected Vehicle and Services, Ford Motor Company.