This webinar is Part 1 of our “Automotive Cybersecurity Standards and Regulations” webinar series focusing on the ISO/SAE 21434 and the WP.29 regulations
As the automotive industry shifts toward connected cars and smart mobility, cyber resiliency becomes a vital aspect across every level of the value chain. For an industry that has excelled in hardware, this is a real paradigm shift as secure software and cybersecurity measures have now become an integral part of all processes including sourcing, engineering, production, and lifecycle management.
In this webinar, you will:
Dr. Gundbert Scherf, a partner at McKinsey & Company and Benjamin Klein, a digital transformation expert at McKinsey & Company will share industry and market perspectives on the automotive ecosystem based on McKinsey’s recent publications. This will be followed by a deeper dive with Upstream’s Co-Founder and CTO, Yonatan Appel, who will delve into the practical applications of the standard/regulations, insight into the current automotive cyber threats to be mitigated, and tips about successful implementation of the standard/regulations.
Date: May 26, 2020
Time: 11am New York, 4pm London, 5pm Stuttgart, 6pm Tel Aviv
Dr. Gundbert Scherf
Partner @McKinsey & Company
Gundbert Scherf is a Partner with McKinsey & Company’s Berlin office. He is serving clients in the private and public sector on digital strategy and transformation, innovation, and cybersecurity. He is one of the European leaders of McKinsey’s work on digital security and co-leads McKinsey’s efforts on cybersecurity in automotive. Before joining McKinsey, Gundbert Scherf held the position of Commissioner as part of the executive group of the German Federal Ministry of Defence.
Expert @McKinsey & Company
Benjamin Klein is an Expert with McKinsey & Company’s Berlin office and member of McKinsey’s global cybersecurity practice. Since joining McKinsey, he is serving mainly automotive and high-tech clients on digital infrastructure and cybersecurity. He co-leads McKinsey’s efforts on cybersecurity in automotive.
Co-Founder & CTO @Upstream Security
Yonatan is leading Upstream’s product development, bringing 20 years of technology development and product management experience in industry-leading multinational companies. He brings deep experience in cybersecurity innovation in world-leading application security companies such as Check Point and Imperva, as well as experience in developing enterprise-grade cloud-based analytics technologies in Microsoft. He also served in an elite technological unit in the IDF Intelligence Corps. Yonatan holds a BA in Computer Science from the Open University of Israel (cum laude), and an LLB from Tel Aviv University.