Elektrobit’s Dr Simone Böttger and Danny Noack of Argus Cyber Security explain how to secure AUTOSAR-based ECUs to meet regulatory requirements using IDPS.
George Bray and Sam Hutchings of ETAS explain how to use a starter kit to get an experimental Classic AUTOSAR sandbox up and running in minutes using ETAS tools.
Tal Ben-David presents insight into Karamba Security’s latest vehicle cyber attack vulnerability report.
Experts from Argus, Volta Trucks, and ATEEL explain how to achieve cyber security type approval faster, smoother, and more cost-effectively.
Experts from RISE and Upstream examine the cybersecurity threats introduced by the complex electric vehicle charging landscape, the impact on different stakeholders, and the solutions currently available to detect and mitigate threats.
NXP’s Lulu Chan discusses communication-related challenges in software-defined vehicles and corresponding standardized coping mechanisms.
Karamba’s Assaf Harel examines the cybersecurity management system process from the perspectives of both the cybersecurity provider and the customer.
Thought leaders from Upstream, ServiceNow, and Deloitte discuss automotive cybersecurity regulatory compliance for OEMs based on R155 (CSMS) and R156 (SUMS).
Experts from ZF, Microsoft, and AVL discuss solutions to enable a smooth transition to a continuous software deployment while ensuring software quality and security requirements.
Elektrobit’s Joel Thurlby and Moritz Neukirchner discuss the role of a bare-metal hypervisor in abstracting vehicle resources and allocating them to clusters of vehicle functions in a SDV.
Elektrobit’s Joel Thurby and Kai Lampka discuss the challenges in migrating the architecture of ECUs and the revolution in the approach to sharing a common platform.
Elektrobit’s Roman Iseler explains how EB tresos 9 provides the development foundation for ECU middleware solutions.
Dr Michael Peter Schneider and Dr Siddharth Shukla of ETAS discuss the standardization of Ethernet firewalls within the AUTOSAR consortium.
Upstream’s Shachar Azriel and Haim Kantor will discuss strategies to cope with the critical automotive cyber security risks and vulnerabilities that will occur in 2023.
Lena Steden of ETAS and ITK Engineering’s Milan Stute discuss the challenges of risk assessment and management in the automotive industry.
Assaf Harel and Tal Ben-David of Karamba Security provide unique insight into supply chain management security given R&D and software release schedules.
ETAS experts explain how OEMs and suppliers can create a certified cybersecurity management system (CSMS) and related management system based on PROOF and the ETAS template repository.
Dr Ibrahim Armac of ETAS provides unique insight into future over-the-air (OTA) update challenges and potential solutions.
Elektrobit’s Joel Thurlby explains how hypervisor technology provides the foundation for a safe and secure automotive operating system.
IBM’s Dr Andreas Kühmichel and Michal Frenkel of Argus Cyber Security explain how a specialized Vehicle SOC provides a complete view of fleet cyber security.