26–27 September 2017

Tokyo, Japan

Programme

Learn from some of the world’s leading experts on hacker motivation & methodology; semiconductor integrity; on-board network security; cyber-physical systems; connected infotainment; cryptography; secure key management; V2X communications; embedded software development; data protection; privacy legislation and much more.

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09:00

Registration

10:00

Opening session

Opening keynote address

Yasuhiko Taniwaki
Director-General, Global ICT Strategy Bureau, Ministry of Internal Affairs & Communications (MIC), Government of Japan

United Nations strategy to ensure security and privacy for connected and automated driving

Francois E. Guichard
UN Secretary Vehicle Active Safety - Focal Point ITS / Automated Driving, UNECE (Switzerland)

Overview of the UN Task Force on Cyber Security and OTA issues

Tetsuya Niikuni
Co-Chair, UN Task Force on Cyber Security and OTA Issues (CS/OTA), and, Chief Researcher, National Agency for Automobile, and Land Transport Technology (NALTEC)

11:45

Coffee break

12:15

Better security through new vehicle architectures

Next generation security architecture for vehicle: IVI, Ethernet, cloud and AI

Hideki Matsushima
AI Solution Center, Business Innovation Division, Panasonic Corporation

Autonomous cars are coming. Can we keep them safe against hacking?

Yair Arad
Senior Product Manager Automotive Cyber Security, HARMAN International

13:15

Lunch

14:30

Understanding the threat landscape and reducing risk

Cyber security and resilience of smart cars – threat and risk analysis

Frédéric de Portzamparc
Security Consultant, Trusted Labs (France)

Performing risk assessments against connected cars

Alissa V. Knight
Group Managing Partner, Brier & Thorn, Inc (USA)

How we stole a Tesla car by hacking the app

Tom Lysemose Hansen
CTO, Promon (Norway)

16:00

Coffee break

16:30

Security of on-board vehicle networks

Preventing exploits of ECUs unknown threats

Assaf Harel
CTO & Co-Founder, Karamba Security

The potential of lightweight cryptography to secure resource-constrained systems on- board vehicles

Dr. Shiho Moriai
Director of Security Fundamentals Laboratory, NICT (Japan)

17:30

Keynote

Creating an integrated approach to cyber security & functional safety

Chandrasekhar Potluri
Senior Functional Safety Controls Specialist, Mercedes-Benz Research & Development, North America (USA)

18:30

Evening Reception - 42nd Floor, Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo

10:00

Keynote

Importance of instrumentation security

Prof. Tsutomu Matsumoto
Yokohama National University (Japan)

10:30

Secure on-board computing

Automotive cyber security: the long march

Fabrice Poulard
Automotive Security, NXP Semiconductors (France)

Software-enforced isolation – the key to cyber-secure cars

Prof. Gernot Heiser
Scientia Professor and John Lions Chair, UNSW Sydney and Chief Research Scientist, Trustworthy Systems Group, Data61, CSIRO (Australia)

11:45

Coffee break

12:15

Securing OTA software updates and data management

Safe and Secure: Comprehensive Software Configuration and Supply Chain Trust Management with OTA

Hank Cohen
Data Security Consultant, INTEGRITY Security Services

The reality of infected IoT devices and secure software update for ITS communication devices

Dr. Daisuke Inoue
Director, Cybersecurity Laboratory, NICT (Japan)

13:15

Lunch

14:15

Securing vehicle connectivity

Security for vehicle-accessible external devices – OEM perspective

Seungwook Park
Senior Research Engineer, Hyundai Motor Corp (Republic of Korea)

Assurance of secure V2X capabilities

Ryan Wu
Business Development Director, OnBoard Security Inc. (Taiwan)

15:15

Panel discussion: Digitalisation of Mobility

Moderator: Ian Dickie, Managing Director, Automotive Knowledge Associates

Autonomous vehicles, connectivity and the smartphone are driving rapid and profound change in the auto industry. Today’s younger, connected consumers are coming to view the car, less as a product to buy and own, and more as part of a seamless, on-demand mobility experience that may take them to their destination in a single vehicle or via multiple transportation modes.

Join the discussion and nd out how vehicle automation and mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) are transforming business models as well as requirements for cyber security, privacy and trust. 

Yair Arad, Senior Product Manager, Automotive Cyber Security, HARMAN International

Noriaki Fukuyasu, VP of Japan Operations, The Linux Foundation and Automotive Grade Linux

Francois E. Guichard, UN Secretary Vehicle Active Safety - Focal Point ITS / Automated Driving, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)

16:00

Closing Remarks