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PURPOSE:   As part of the push to nurture proactive safety cultures, NHTSA is hosting a roundtable discussion with industry and other experts to facilitate the industry’s development and adoption of vehicle cybersecurity standards and best practices.
 
INVITEES:   Vehicle manufacturers, suppliers, technology companies, industry experts, security researchers and government agencies. Technology leaders that operate in other but related industries are also included.
 
FORMAT:   The day is structured around four key sessions. Each session will feature 8-10 experts on a panel. The panelists will discuss key questions around the four topic areas. There will also be Q&A with the audience.

Main Questions for the Panel(s) to Address:

The roles of distinct stakeholder groups (government, industry, others);
Best / most effective approaches in this domain (regulations, guidelines, voluntary industry standards, best practices, etc.);
Availability, applicability, and adoption of guidance from within and outside of the automotive industry;
Potential roadblocks to closing gaps or adopting available guidance for the industry;
Best ways to capitalize efforts from other environments while applying them to distinct aspects of auto industry; and
Policies, plans, and strategies appropriate to respond to the speed of change and challenges in cybersecurity.

Expected Outcomes: 

Input to identify actionable steps for the stakeholder groups to take such that the vehicle manufacturing industry can address the vehicle cybersecurity challenges effectively and expeditiously.

 

Location:     

Walter E. Washington Convention Center 

801 Mt Vernon Pl NW, Washington, DC 20001

Rooms 150 A & B

 

Date:          

Tuesday January 19, 2016

8:30am-5pm

 

PARTICIPATION:

Audience
Security level
  : Open to public
: Unclassified

 


Agenda

U.S. Department of Transportation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20590
1-888-327-4236
1-800-424-9153 (TTY)