Automotive CyberSecurity in Japan

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  • When: Dec. 16, 2020 | noon Japan Standard Time(UTC+09)

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    Who: Kamel Ghali Automotive Cybersecurity Technology Architect at Whitemotion

    Automotive CyberSecurity in Japan

    The Tokyo Cybersecurity Meetup will be hosting a virtual panel discussion on Wednesday, 16th December at 12:00 JST that will dive deep into the realm of automotive security with reference to the activities of global auto makers here in Japan. We are excited to have ASRG (Automotive Security Research Group) as a co-host of the session. Featured panelists: John Heldreth, Product Security Lead at Porsche Engineering, and Founder, Automotive Security Research Group Kamel Ghali, Automotive Cybersecurity Architect, White Motion, and Contributor Automotive Security Research Group Topics to be discussed: Common automotive security vulnerabilities Examples of sophisticated attacks Automotive security best practices Industry standards and certifications State of automotive security in Japan The panel discussion will be moderated by Thomas Glucksmann, Co-Host of the Tokyo Cybersecurity Meetup. Following the panel discussion there will be an opportunity for the audience to ask questions directly to the speakers. Want to know how secure your car really is? Register now from the form on the right bottom to learn more.

    About the Presenter:

    Kamel Ghali is a veteran of the automotive security industry, with experience working both within the automotive industry and as an external consultant. His passion for automotive security goes beyond his work, with him volunteering as an instructor for the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Cyber Auto Challenge and leading the Japanese branch of the Automotive Security Research Group (ASRG). He currently works at White Motion, an automotive cybersecurity firm based in Tokyo, Japan

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