IoT and the Automotive Industry: Security, Safety and Monetization Opportunities in the Connected Vehicles Era
IoT and IoE are bringing a wealth of visibility and conveniences to almost every aspect of our daily lives. Most people are familiar with the terminology “Connected Devices” and use those devices or data generated from them in some capacity. Most initial connected device technology was deployed without much thought given to security of the devices, networks or data flowing through the ecosystem. There are some highly publicized cases of hackers compromising systems with malicious intent, including identity/material theft. Network and device security is now a major focus of CxOs.
David Uze, CEO of Trillium Secure, will moderate a discussion on security issues facing the automotive industry in the connected car era and advancements in cybersecurity technology that will minimize risks. David will also share his thoughts on the importance of securing the vast amounts of data collected from connected cars in light of the growing number of monetizable services arising from that data. The topic has implications for automotive OEMs, their suppliers and those with a previously indirect link to the auto industry- insurance, security and network service providers to name a few.
Mike Benner, Darren McKellin, Co-Chairs
William Dallyn, John Kirch, Vice Chairs
ACCJ Information, Communications and Technology Committee
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