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Date:     Tuesday January 19, 2016

 

08:00-08:20 – Arrival / Sign-in

08:20-08:30 – Welcome / Important Notices / Format

08:30-09:00 – DOT/NHTSA Leadership Address

 

Session #1 TITLE: Guidance on Designing Cyber Secure Vehicle Systems

09:00-09:05 – Introduce the Panel #1 objectives

09:05-09:15 – Panel Introductions

09:15-10:10 – Panel #1 Discussions

10:10-10:30 – Q&A with the Panel #1

 

 

Panelist

Organization - Position

1

Brian Fitzgerald

Food and Drug Administration
General Engineer, Software Engineering Center

2

Dr. Benjamin Glas

Bosch, ETAS
Secure Communications Expert

3

Christoph Huss

BMW North America,
VP of Engineering

4

Jeff Massimilla

General Motors,
Chief Product Cybersecurity Officer

5

Dr. Charlie Miller

Independent,
Security Researcher

6

Jack Pokrzywa

SAE International,
Manager, Ground Vehicle Standards

7

Matthew Scholl

National Institute of Standards and Technology,
Chief, Computer Security Division

8

Rachna Stegall

Underwriters Lab,
Director, Global Engineering Operations for Cybersecurity

9

Jonathan Weinberger

Alliance of Automotive Manufacturers,
Vice President of Innovation and Technology

TARGET Topic COVERAGE

    Threat assessment processes

    Hardware security measures

    Software security measures

    Communication security measures

    Testing and validation

    Architectural measures for cyber-resilient design

10:30-10:45 – Break

 

Session #2 TITLE: Best Practices for Securing Automotive Infotainment Systems

10:45-10:50 – Introduce the Panel #2 objectives

10:50-11:00 – Panel Introductions

11:00-11:55 – Panel #2 Discussions

11:55-12:15 – Q&A with the Panel #2

 

 

Panelist

Organization - Position

1

Jim Alfred

Blackberry Technology Solutions,
General Manager, Certicom; VP, BTS

2

Bently Au

Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc.
Chief Information Security Officer

3

Michael Groene

Delphi
Director of Software & Cybersecurity

4

Ben Hoffman

Movimento,
Chief Executive Officer

5

John Marinho

CTIA – The Wireless Association,
VP, Technology and Cybersecurity

6

Dr. Dan Massey

Department of Homeland Security
HSARPA, Science and Technology Directorate

7

Katherine McCarron

Federal Trade Commission
Attorney, Privacy and Identity Protection Division

8

Dr. Charlie Miller

Independent,
Security Researcher

9

Heikki Laine

Harman International
Senior Manager, Advanced Technology Group

TARGET Topic COVERAGE

    Designing secure services, channels, interfaces, protocols across suppliers

    Use and cybersecurity of Over-the-air update mechanisms

    Containing the effects of potential intrusions

    Architectural design guidance to limit potential impacts

12:15-13:30 – Lunch Break

 

Session #3 TITLE: Guidance on Continuous Cybersecurity Improvement over the Vehicle Life-cycle

13:30-13:35 – Introduce the Panel #3 objectives

13:35-13:45 – Panel Introductions

13:45-14:40 – Panel #3 Discussions

14:40-15:00 – Q&A with the Panel #3

 

 

Panelist

Organization - Position

1

Jonathan Allen

Auto ISAC (Booz-Allen-Hamilton)
Acting Executive Director

2

Josh Corman

I am the Cavalry,
Co-founder

3

Allan Friedman

National Telecommunications & Information Administration
Director, Cybersecurity Initiatives

4

Dr. Daniel Johnson

Honeywell International,
Honeywell Aerospace Cybersecurity Fellow

5

Chris King

Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT)
Vulnerability Analyst

6

Doug Longhitano

American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
Safety Research Manager

7

Tiffany Rad

Anatrope, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer

8

Howard Shrobe

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Principal Research Scientist

9

Michael Stawasz

Department of Justice, CCIPS
Deputy Chief for Computer Crime

10

Dr. Andre Weimerskirch

University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute
Associate Research Scientist

TARGET Topic COVERAGE

    Vulnerability Disclosure and Vulnerability Handling Processes

    Data elements and data trigger points for traceability of cyber incidents

    Intelligence sharing and collaboration

    Role of independent security researchers’ work

    Traceability of actions and intrusions that can help investigations

    Managing Zero-day vulnerabilities

15:00-15:15 – Break

 

Session #4 TITLE: Guidance on Special Interest Topics for Vehicle Cybersecurity

15:15-15:20 – Introduce the Panel #4 objectives

15:20-15:30 – Panel Introductions

15:30-16:25 – Panel #4 Discussions

16:25-16:45 – Q&A with the Panel #4

 

 

Panelist

Organization - Position

1

Jim Alfred

Blackberry Technology Solutions,
General Manager, Certicom; VP, BTS

2

Dr. John Forte

Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Labs
Program Area Manager,
Cyber and Communication Systems &
National Command Systems

3

Charlie Gorman

Equipment & Tool Institute
(Retired) Executive Manager

4

Aaron Lowe

Auto Care Association
Senior Vice President, Regulatory and Government Affairs

5

Jeff Massimilla

General Motors,
Chief Product Cybersecurity Officer

6

Mark Ryland

Amazon Web Services
Director of Solutions Architecture and Chief Architect,

7

Paul Scullion

Global Automakers
Safety Manager

8

John Sheehy

IOActive,
Director of Strategic Security Advisory Services

9

Dr. Marc Stoettinger

Continental
Specialist Security and Privacy

10

Michael Westra

Ford Motor Company
Technical Manager,  In-vehicle Cybersecurity

TARGET Topic COVERAGE

    Cybersecurity of Cloud connectivity for automotive services

    Cybersecurity of aftermarket (brought-on) devices (e.g. insurance dongles)

    Cybersecurity of the vehicle supply chain

    Cybersecurity of dealer – maintenance networks

    Impacts on serviceability of vehicles and right to repair act

16:45-17:00 - Closing



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