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3rd Auto-ISAC Cybersecurity Summit
Oct. 23-24 2019

Community Calls

The Auto-ISAC holds monthly virtual community meetings for members and connected vehicle ecosystem stakeholders to stay informed of Auto-ISAC activities and share information on key vehicle cybersecurity topics.

Contact us to participate in our monthly community calls. The community calls are held on the first Wednesday of each month from 11am EST

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Past Community Calls

July 2019 Community Call

With the connected car becoming commonplace in the market, vehicle cybersecurity continues to grow more important every year. At the forefront of security research, IOActive has amassed real-world vulnerability data…

June 2019 Community Call Part 2

Updated Slides for Upstream Presentation

June 2019 Community Call

Overview of Upstream’s 2019 Automotive Cybersecurity Report  

May 2019 Community Call- Auto-ISAC European Meeting

Auto-ISAC European Meeting that was discussed on the Community Call.

May 2019 Community Call

As we know, we must prepare today’s students to be tomorrow’s workforce, which will include careers in Cybersecurity. SAE International’s A World in Motion® (AWIM) has recently developed a middle…

April 2019 Community Call

Long before widespread adoption of level 5 autonomous vehicles, connected vehicles will be interacting autonomously with other vehicles by sharing identity, buying and selling data, usage rights, and negotiating routes. …

March 2019 Community Call

Manufacturers, technology providers, and national and regional governments have invested billions of dollars in connected and autonomous vehicle research, pilots and demonstrations. Underlying the potential success for these important life-saving…

February 2019 Community Call

The use of IoT has exploded, with more than 20 billion devices expected to be online by 2020. IoT technology is also revolutionizing the auto industry, and some estimates predict…

January 2019 Community Call

Automating the Defense: Executing at the Speed of the Adversary This presentation by Michael Vermilye of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory will focus on the benefits of accelerating…

December 2018 Community Call

An overview of the Tampa CV-Pilot, covering: study site layout; participant size/base; infrastructure and back office systems, 13 applications comprising V2V, V2I and V2X.