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Cyber security: the auto industry’s greatest challenge?

Cyber security: the auto industry's greatest challenge?

Tackling the automotive cyber threat could mark a turning point for the automotive industry. This is no Millennium Bug; there’s a clear and present danger. Get it right now, and it can set up the connected car of the future. Fail to secure the connected car, and we risk everything that this technology can offer.

This 30-page Automotive World report has been compiled using exclusive interviews with and contributions from key industry stakeholders, including vehicle manufacturers, automotive industry suppliers, management consultants, IT security specialists, trade associations and regulatory authorities. Participants include:

  • Karl Heimer, Founding Partner, AutoImmune
  • Bill Weinberg, Senior Director, Open Source Strategy, Black Duck Software
  • Andy Rowland, Head of Customer Innovation, BT Global Services
  • Scott J. McCormick, President, Connected Vehicle Trade Association (CVTA)
  • Andy Gryc, Co-founder, CX3 Marketing; Conference Director, Connected Car Expo
  • Daimler (statement)
  • Glen de Vos, Vice President Engineering, Delphi Electronics and Safety
  • Walter Sullivan, Head of Silicon Valley Innovation Lab, Elektrobit
  • John Ellis, Principal, Ellis & Associates
  • Paul Mascarenas, President and Chairman of the Executive Board, FISITA
  • Phil Eyler, Executive Vice President and President, Infotainment, Harman
  • Craig Smith, Automotive Cyber Security Specialist, I Am The Cavalry; Chief Executive, Theia Labs
  • Doug Britton, Chief Executive and Co-founder, Kaprica Security
  • Alexander Moiseev, Managing Director, Europe, Kaspersky Lab
  • Wil Rockall, Director, Information Protection and Cyber Security, KPMG
  • Gordon Trowbridge, Director of Communications, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
  • Jeremiah Foster, Community Manager – Research & Development, Pelagicore; and Community Manager for the Open Source Community, GENIVI Alliance
  • Liz Slocum Jensen, Founder and Chief Executive, Road Rules
  • Dr. Martyn Jeffries, Head of Automotive Solutions, SQS
  • Andrew Miller, Chief Technical Officer, Thatcham Research
  • Klas Bendrik, Senior Vice President & Group Chief Information Officer, Volvo Car Group
  • Brian Murray, Director, Safety and Security Excellence, ZF TRW