Join Upstream Security for the second installation of our Automotive Cybersecurity Regulations webinar series with an in-depth panel discussion on the UNECE WP.29 regulations. Four key automotive players will offer industry-specific insights and recommendations on effective compliance.
Due to the complexity of automotive cybersecurity regulations, hearing multiple industry perspectives is of paramount importance. Upstream’s panel discussion will include representatives from the United Nations, a regulation certification company, a security vendor, and a governmental body. Each will utilize their unique expertise to offer catered insights and guidance regarding WP.29 compliance.
François E. Guichard, UNECE Technical Secretary of the WP.29/GRVA will discuss:
Paul Wooderson, Cybersecurity Principal Engineer at HORIBA MIRA will discuss:
Erez Gold, Head of Automotive at Israel Export Institute will discuss:
Yonatan Appel, Co-Founder and CTO of Upstream Security will discuss:
François E. Guichard
Mechanical Engineer at United Nations Economic Commission for Europe
Francois E. Guichard is the Secretary of the Working Party on Automated/Autonomous and Connected Vehicles. He is supervising the activities on technical regulations related to vehicle automation and vehicle connectivity. He is the Intelligent Transport Systems and Automated Driving focal point of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe. Previously, he worked as a line manager at Daimler AG, he advocated for the introduction of Advanced Emergency Braking Systems (AEBS) in the legislation (a relevant contribution for increasing road safety). Before that, he advised a number of Countries on their strategies to tackle environmental issues after having gained experience as a noise / Greenhouse Gas/pollutants emission testing engineer. He started his career as an International Management Associate at Mercedes-Benz, gaining experience in Germany, South Africa, and in the United States of America.
Cybersecurity Principal Engineer & Team Leader at HORIBA MIRA
Paul Wooderson is Cybersecurity Principal Engineer and leads the cybersecurity team in HORIBA MIRA’s Vehicle Resilience department. He is a Chartered Engineer with 18 years’ experience in embedded systems security in the automotive and previously smartcard domains.
Paul’s responsibilities include cybersecurity engineering R&D, consultancy, testing, and assessment. He is a UK Expert to the international ISO and UNECE working groups developing new standards and regulations for cybersecurity engineering and software updates for road vehicles. He has played a lead role in the recent cybersecurity-related collaborative research projects ResiCAV, 5StarS and UK CITE, and has several publications on side-channel attacks and automotive cybersecurity engineering.
Head of Sector, Mobility, Auto-Tech & Smart Cities at the Israel Export and International Cooperation Institute
Erez Gold is the head of Automotive, Smart Cities & Industry 4.0 at the Israel Export Institute. For sixty years, the organization, which was established and funded by the Israeli government and the private sector, has provided expertise in technology and product scouting, joint ventures, and strategic alliances with Israeli companies. The automotive sector of the IEI continuously monitors current global trends in the field and helps exporters successfully penetrate markets around the world. By leveraging this knowledge and maintaining strong relationships with key players in the ecosystem (such as VCs, academia, accelerators, and the government), the sector has positioned itself as a go-to partner or hundreds of startups and MNCs alike. Through the Export Institute, Erez is paving the way for multinationals and corporates to innovate in a variety of aspects.
Co-Founder and CTO, Upstream Security
Yonatan leads 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.