Join Your Colleagues at the 2nd Auto-ISAC Cybersecurity Summit!
Our 2nd Auto-ISAC Cybersecurity Summit this September 2018 will build on topics introduced during our inaugural Summit last December. This year’s conference will focus on taking cybersecurity and sharing to the next level.
Move into the fast lane as we work together across the automotive ecosystem to discuss how we collaborate and learn best practices for mitigating the cybersecurity threat against our industry.
Join us and learn how the Auto-ISAC is speeding up to stay ahead of these emerging threats and fuel the industry for this endurance race.
Cybersecurity is in the news daily and on everyone’s mind.
Governments, businesses, and everyday Americans seem to be constantly under siege from international and domestic attackers. The Auto-ISAC’s focus at last year’s Summit was starting our engines and beginning to address these nefarious and asymmetric threats. With the exciting new innovations and technologies for automotive and autonomous vehicles, the industry has a call to action to shift gears and get in the fast lane.
Guided talks, panels and keynotes will share up-to-date knowledge and best practices. We invite you to join us for an exciting event that will provide educational and networking opportunities for the whole of the connected vehicle industry.
“The Auto-ISAC Summit provides a unique experience to learn about automotive cybersecurity information sharing, collaboration, and organization. The Summit fills a gap among automotive cybersecurity workshops and ideally complements more technical workshops such as escar.”
– 2017 Inaugural Summit Attendee
Themes to be Explored
Why is Automotive Cybersecurity a necessary focus?
- Legislative and regulatory actions in this space
- Product liability, regulatory and privacy implications
- Future technology showcase – smart mobility implications
- IoT technology and policies with larger implications
Building an Organization of Cybersecurity
- Discovering the pipeline of cybersecurity engineers
- Sharing and learning from the ISAC
- Building a cybersecurity culture
Vulnerability Management & Incident Response
- Information sharing programs
- Risk management
- Government oversight and expectations
- Finding and responding to actionable intelligence
- Coordinating with law enforcement and government agencies
Senator Gary Peters
Elected in 2014, Senator Gary Peters is honored to represent the State of Michigan in the U.S. Senate.
Throughout his career in public service, Peters has been a strong, independent voice for Michigan's middle class families and small businesses. He has focused on uniting our communities by fighting for the things that we all agree on--a stronger economy, good-paying jobs, affordable health care, a secure retirement and a fair chance for everyone to succeed.
Representative Debbie Dingell
U.S. Congresswoman Debbie Dingell (MI-12)
Congresswoman Debbie Dingell represents Michigan's 12th District in the U.S. House of Representatives, where she has made it a priority to be a voice for the Midwest on issues that matter most to working families.
Heidi King is the Deputy Administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
She comes to NHTSA with extensive experience in public safety, innovation, risk management, evidence-based decision-making and law enforcement.
John "Mike" McConnell
A retired Vice Admiral, USN and former Vice Chairman of Booz Allen Hamilton where he served on the firm's Leadership Team and led the firm's intelligence and cybersecurity business.
After retiring from the US Navy in 1996, Mr. McConnell joined Booz Allen, to lead development of the firm's Information Assurance and Intelligence business focused on policy, operations, transformation, homeland security, intelligence analytics and counter-terrorism.
Kevin has expertise as a performer, engineering manager, and research director with the DOD (in uniform and after service) and in the commercial sector.
He worked on red teams, performed secure product validation and verification, engineered and managed adoption of secure mobile systems, managed incident response at the multi-national corporation level, and founded organizations focused on IoT security, transportation cybersecurity, and corporate training.
William R. Evanina
Director of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
William R. Evanina of Pennsylvania has been nominated by President Trump to be the first Senate-confirmed Director of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC). Mr. Evanina has served as the Director of NCSC within the Office of the Director of National Intelligence since June 2, 2014.
Derek is the Under Secretary of Transportation for Policy.
In this role, he serves as a principal advisor to the Secretary and provides leadership in the development of policies for the Department, generating proposals and providing advice regarding legislative and regulatory initiatives across all modes of transportation.
David M. Nicol
David M. Nicol is the Franklin W. Woeltge Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana‐Champaign
He is PI for two national centers for infrastructure resilience: the DHS‐funded Critical Infrastructure Reliance Institute (ciri.illinois.edu), and the DoE funded Cyber Resilient Energy Delivery Consortium (cred‐c.org); he is also PI for the Boeing Trusted Software Center, and co-PI for the NSA‐funded Science of Security lablet.
Shigeru UEHARA is engaging in Vehicle information security development as a part of the E/E Architecture Development Division at the Toyota Motor Corporation, and Chairman of Japan Auto ISAC.
Shigeru UEHARA established and launched J-Auto-ISAC in JAMA, Jan. 2017.