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#IMCUS Slides: Keeping up with Next-Generation of Cyber Risks: Securing the Connected Car

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Keeping up with Next-Generation of Cyber Risks: Securing the Connected Car

Cars are becoming increasingly connected, thus raising concerns about their ability to be hacked and the potential for new vulnerabilities and risks. High-profile security researchers have demonstrated how vehicles can be hacked, raising the spectre of a scenario where hackers could take control of a vehicle and cause potentially fatal consequence. So what are car manufacturers doing to mitigate and prepare for the next generation of cyber risks?

During this session the speaker will share practical insight into the reality of car hacking and share best practice measures to manage the risks.

  • Understand the real cyber risk of the connected car
  • Identify vulnerabilities that make connected vehicles susceptible to hacking and what attack vectors could be used
  • Determine how collaboration can be fostered between manufacturers and security researchers

Jonathan Petit, Senior Director of Research, Security Innovation