Securing the Software Defined Car™ Using Artificial Intelligence and OTA Updates
Date: Tuesday | 14 November 2017
Time: 8 AM PST / 11 AM EST / 5PM CET / 9:30 PM IST
Speaker: Mahbubul Alam, CTO & CMO – Movimento
Hosted By: HCL Technologies
Cyber threats have risen across the entire value chain of connected cars. An end-to-end cyber security solution is needed to prevent this and must be adopted across the 5Cs: (1) content (software and data) from (2) cloud to (3) connectivity to (4) car to (5) chipset. It is key for OEMs to establish a cyber security process for connected cars to identify, assess and mitigate potential security vulnerabilities, threats and attacks. Mitigation against any of these requires a pre-determined process that can accommodate preventative and corrective actions such as monitoring the vehicle and sending regular status updates to sub-systems. If a security breach does occur, OEMs should have a rapid and globally scalable incident response plan in place. With increasing attack surfaces and zero-day attacks, static human-driven measures are no longer sufficient and instead artificial intelligence and machine learning should be used to identify potential vehicles that are vulnerable to attacks and proactively quarantine those vehicles on a global scale. The identified vehicles can have their vehicle-access controls locked and a global campaign for a preventative security patch can be pushed out as a software update using over-the-air (OTA) technology.
- How to create an automotive cyber security plan from reactive to proactive threat-mitigation implementation?
- How to use artificial intelligence to quarantine potentially vulnerable vehicles on a global scale?
- How to secure software and content delivery end-to-end using over-the-air technology?
Duration: 60 minutes
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Mahbubul Alam is an international entrepreneur, technology and business executive with broad management experience. A frequent author, speaker and multiple patent holder, he currently holds the position of CTO/CMO at Movimento, a Delphi company, reinventing the company’s technology and strategy. He has been honored with the ‘2016 Bay Area CIO of the Year’ award finalist by the Silicon Valley Business Journal and the San Francisco Business Times. Alam was brought to Movimento in early 2015 to reinvent technology and strategy, leading a transformative era in which the company will help shepherd the auto industry through the biggest changes since the days of Henry Ford. Prior to joining Movimento, Alam spent 14 productive years as a groundbreaking technologist and strategist at Cisco on two continents. He began in the mobile technology arena, later working in a variety of business development and market intelligence capacities in Cisco’s Netherlands operation. Having developed a solid name in the company for far-sighted winning strategies, he was brought to the Silicon Valley to lead Cisco’s Internet-of-Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) platforms in 2012.