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Auto-ISAC – The Importance of Collaboration & the 2021 Annual Threat Report
May 17 @ 18:00 - 19:00 CEST
Faye Francy, Executive Director, will provide an update on what is happening in the Auto-ISAC and the importance of operational collaboration and information sharing. The Auto-ISAC has been operating for six years now and has 70 member companies engaging. The ISAC is also a embarking on building a training program working together with NHTSA. She will also provide an update on the European office stand-up and lastly, Faye will discuss the current threat landscape and the Auto-ISAC Annual Threat Report, which provides a view of what transpired in 2021 and an assessment of what we expect will be coming in 2022.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Automotive Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Auto-ISAC)
Tthe Executive Director serves the global automotive industry by providing strategic leadership and vision to foster collaboration for mitigating the risks of a cyber-attack. The Auto-ISAC was established in 2015 with the goal of developing a more resilient global automotive industry through member collaboration and sharing of timely cyber threat information.
As the Executive Director, Faye is actively engaged with private-sector stakeholders, partners, and government agencies to facilitate information sharing to help strengthen the industry’s capability and capacity to detect, prevent, respond to, and mitigate disruptions related to the connected vehicle and supporting infrastructure. The Auto-ISAC is a non-profit organization operating in Washington, D.C.
Previously Ms. Francy stood up and led the Aviation-ISAC while working at the Boeing Company. She held numerous leadership positions before retiring from Boeing, including Cyber ONE Leader, Director Enterprise Technologies, Director of Research in Phantom Works, and Director for Air Traffic Management.
Ms. Francy has a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and mathematics and Master of Science in Forensic Chemistry.