What, the car got hacked – how? We all take for granted technology we use every day and especially items that have been around for a while, such as the car. Many of us think about the physical security of cars in terms of locks and immobilizers, but as technology innovation moves forward, so should our view of security. The connected car is no longer an abstract concept, but a reality with almost every new car produced today. Unfortunately for the consumer, there is not much information available regarding the security precautions taken when developing the modern automobile. This keynote will discuss the connected car, its apparent testing methodologies, and examine the current and future security issues facing everyday drivers across the world.
October 21, 2014 – Keynote Hall – 12:00-13:10