Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities in Autos

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This is cosponsored by the SAE International.

As you may have read, in July 2015 it was reported that two security researchers were able to hack into a late model Jeep Cherokee through its UConnect system from 10 miles away using a laptop and makeshift cellular connection.  They were able to control functions like wipers, transmission, and brakes, which prompted Chrysler to recall 1.4 million vehicles to fix the vulnerability.

Automakers are taking notice; at the 2016 SAE Auto Congress in April, one and a half days were devoted to cybersecurity programs and solutions.

In this presentation, a local transportation security consultant, Dave Teumim, CISSP of Teumim Technical, LLC will discuss details of the Jeep Cherokee hack, auto cybersecurity in general, and some of the standards SAE is writing to address the issue. Copies of the original Jeep Cherokee hacking report, a public document, will be made available.



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  • Date: 20 Sep 2016
  • Time: 04:30 PM to 06:00 PM
  • All times are (GMT-05:00) US/Eastern
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  • 9th & Hamilton Streets
  • Allentown, Pennsylvania
  • United States
  • Building: PPL_EU Auditorium (enter PPL Tower Building on west side of 9th Street)

  • Registration is required by noon, September 16 for all attendees.

    PHOTO ID REQUIRED:  Sign-in at PPL_EU Security Desk; mention you are there for the IEEE Presentation in the Auditorium to the right of the security desk on the ground floor.

    Parking is available on the street and also in Holiday Inn Parking Garage across the street from PPL_EU.

  • Starts 26 August 2016 04:00 AM
  • Ends 16 September 2016 02:00 PM
  • All times are (GMT-05:00) US/Eastern
  • No Admission Charge


  Speakers

Dave Teumim

Topic:

Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities in Autos

 

Biography:

Dave Teumim, CISSP, is an independent consultant working in transportation cybersecurity, and is president of Teumim Technical, LLC.  He is the facilitator of a Cybersecurity Working Group producing standards for passenger railways and buses for the American Public Transportation Association, a trade association of transit agencies in the US and Canada.  He has worked on cybersecurity projects for critical infrastructure for many years, and is the author of the book "Industrial Network Security", and a member of SAE.

Dave Teumim

Topic:

Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities in Autos

Biography:





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