SAE 2014 Convergence

Technical Session Schedule

Tuesday, October 21

A Secure Personal Mobility Experience
(Session Code: CNV101)

Room Grand Ballroom B  1:15 p.m.

Recent demonstrations of automotive hijackings using a laptop computer to gain access to the internal control system of the vehicle have illustrated the current security issues and concerns facing the automotive industry. As automotive systems become more-interconnected, security must be end-to-end. Both safety and cyber-security must be assured. What does the future hold for security and safety? How will these threats evolve? What steps need to be taken to ensure the trust?

Organizers - Karina Morley, Ricardo Inc.; Tsuyoshi Nakashima, DENSO International America Inc.
Moderators - Paul M. Hansen, Hansen Report

Time Paper No. Title
1:15 p.m. ORAL ONLY
Are We Ready for the Connected Car? A Look into Automotive Security from a Microchip Perspective
Today there is much buzz about the possibilities of “connected cars” and how they will offer automotive consumers new levels of convenience and safety. While the future is certainly exciting, enabling this vision will require the automotive industry to address issues of privacy protection and “dark side” (cyber security) scenarios from affecting automobiles and their drivers.

This presentation will explore the subject of automotive security and how it impacts the future of automotive ECUs, electrical architectures and the overall industry eco-system complexity. The presentation concludes with a call to action for what’s needed within the industry to implement automotive security.
Shawn P. Slusser, Infineon Technologies Corp.

1:30 p.m. ORAL ONLY
Building Trustworthy Systems
The threat landscape is constantly changing with the growth of the Internet of Everything. People, processes, data and things are all becoming nodes on the network.

Almost daily we hear how hackers and malicious actors exploit vulnerabilities to penetrate companies from Amazon to Target. Now, more than ever, building trustworthy systems is critical to the security of your company and customers. In this session you will hear about security trends, trustworthy systems architecture, and security best practices from a respected, leading IT company.
Roger Seagle, Cisco Systems Inc.

2:00 p.m. Panel
Panel Discussion: A Secure Personal Mobility Experience
Organizers - Karina Morley, Ricardo Inc.; Tsuyoshi Nakashima, DENSO International America Inc.
Moderators - Paul M. Hansen, Hansen Report
Panelists -
Bently Au, Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc.
Liam Quinn, Dell Inc.
Lars Reger, NXP Semiconductors
Roger Seagle, Cisco Systems Inc.
Shawn P. Slusser, Infineon Technologies Corp.