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Tarun Shome, Product Management Director - BlackBerry IVY, BlackBerry | LinkedIn

Arnon Shafir, VP Business Development, Upstream | LinkedIn

Tom Kaplan, Director of Data Analytics, Upstream | LinkedIn

Connected and software-defined vehicles generate vast amounts of data – upwards of 25 GB an hour per car.

To help make sense of this data and flag cybersecurity threats before they escalate into full-blown attacks, Upstream and BlackBerry IVY have partnered together.

In this free webinar, experts from both companies discuss the crucial role of synthetic sensors in automotive cybersecurity and how to reduce cloud computing and data traffic costs via edge computing.

The experts also reveal the vehicle security operations center’s (VSOC) crucial role in actionable threat detection and response.

Key topics and takeaways:

  • Learn how to speed up cyber threat detection via real-time analysis of on-board data
  • Discover ways to reduce data transmission and storage costs
  • Find out how to enhance decision making when it comes to cyber risks and prioritization
  • Experience a demo of real-life cyber attacks on connected vehicles

Webinar video

Webinar slides

Meet the experts

Tarun Shome

Product Management Director - BlackBerry IVY, BlackBerry

Arnon Shafir

VP Business Development, Upstream

Tom Kaplan

Director of Data Analytics, Upstream