When: April 2nd, 2020 | 9AM PST, 12PM EST, 6PM CET
Who: Allan Konar, Solutions Architect, Upstream Security
Every major OEM worldwide has recognized the need for a Vehicle SOC (VSOC), driven by the drastic increase in cybersecurity-related incidents in the industry. This is only going to accelerate as Autonomous, Connected and Electric (ACE) vehicles become more prevalent, providing more advanced services, while simultaneously increasing their attack surface. We will explore recent trends in vehicular cyber-security through deep technical dives into recently publicly reported incidents, as well as exploring examples of undisclosed 0-day vectors.
About the presenter:
Allan Konar, a Solutions Architect with Upstream Security, brings over 20 years of hands-on security experience spanning application, web-based, wireless and networking technologies. He actively works with organizations of all sizes to design and deploy solutions based on Upstream’s award-winning C4 platform. Prior to upstream, he led customer security engagements for Acme Packetet
where he contributed to the architecture, design and implementation of some of the world’s largest heterogeneous VoIP and UC networks. He previously held positions focused on DOCSIS and PacketCable network solutions at Motorola BCS and SNMP-based proactive performance management at Concord Communications. Allan has contributed to Hackin9 magazine, participated as a panelist at the SIPNOC security panel, presented at IIT RTC, IAUG, NG 9-1-1 ESInet and NENA conferences, contributed to VOIPSA’s threat taxonomy and was the editor for Cisco Press’ Voice over IP Security and Syngress Press’ Collaboration with Cloud Computing books. He is also adjunct faculty in the Champlain College Cyber Security & Digital Forensics program.