Date: Thursday, December 09, 2021
Time: 11:00 AM Eastern Standard Time
Duration: 1 hour
The arrival of 5G will take the in-car experience to a new level for consumers.
In order to allow this evolution to manifest safely, the UNECE World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29) introduced the United Nations Regulation No. 155, with expectations for more than 54 country to adhere to the mandate.
This regulation provides 69 attack vectors that manufacturers are required to secure, although it does not include specific countermeasures.
Security methods and corresponding technologies change with time, and are often influenced by evolving connected car technologies as well as the threat landscape. Implementing effective cybersecurity means conducting a thorough risk analysis of threats today and future and prioritizing what needs to be achieved.
Join Trend Micro, the largest independent global security company, to learn:
- Analysis of remote vehicle attacks and findings about attack patterns
- Threats advances with the evolving connected car ecosystems and the shift of connected-vehicle architecture to the cloud
- Risk analysis and insight into 69 attack vectors listed on the UN R155 today, and forecast on how the risk levels of the 69 attack vectors will evolve in the future
- Additional attack vectors that should also be given consideration
- The top five attack vectors the automotive industry should focus on
- Guidelines and recommended approaches for protecting connected cars
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Senior Threat Researcher
Numaan Huq has been working for over a decade in the Computer Security industry and his current research interests include targeted attacks, vehicles (esp. connected / autonomous cars), and IoT/IIoT topics. He has presented at TU Automotive and escar Europe, and is an author of ITS Research Paper, Connected Car Threat Research Paper, and United Nations Regulation No.155 Risk Analysis Research Paper, etc. Numaan holds a B.Sc. and a M.Sc. in Computer Science from the University of Victoria, BC, Canada.
Yurika Baba has been working in cyber security industry nearly two decades. She focuses on connected car security since joined Trend Micro and is a co-author of United Nations Regulation No.155 Risk Analysis Research Paper. Yurika holds a B.A. in Law from the Rikkyo University, Japan, and M.Sc. in Computer Science from the Fairleigh Dickinson University, USA.