How to design a Vehicle Security Operations Center (VSOC)

Upstream Security’s Dan Sahar walks through the requirements and best practices for designing a Security Operation Center for connected vehicles

Upstream

November 20, 2019 – 9am (Detroit) | 3pm (Stuttgart) | 7:30pm (New Delhi)

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Most enterprises today operate a Security Operations Center (SOC) to prevent cybersecurity threats and detect and respond to any incident on the computers, servers and networks it oversees.

Automotive companies have realized that there is an even more pressing need to design and develop a customised SOC designed for detecting and responding to threats that target their connected car and peripheral services—known as a VSOC.

In this 60-minute webinar, Dan Sahar, Vice President of Products at Upstream Security outlines the best practices for designing a SOC that meets the unique requirements of an automotive and connected vehicle environment. Key talking points include:

  • The overall architecture of a VSOC including assets, threat detection, threat feeds and products used within it
  • The data feeds that power the SOC from the OT and IT networks
  • Playbook requirements and considerations
  • The VSOC implementation models being utilised by automakers and fleets
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