Riscure Monthly Virtual Events: Session 1 Automotive
Event submitted on Wednesday, January 13th 2021, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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100% superb event for all those working with Cybersecurity and Transportation. Highly recommended! Like many other Cyber Security events in 2021, this conference will be virtual. Also, more of an FYI than anything else, we have a resource that lists some of the best Transportation Conferences here.
Conference Event Summary
The following description was either submitted by the Conference Organizer on Wednesday, January 13th 2021, or created by us.
In 2021, Riscure is excited to announce a series of monthly virtual events.
Each month will be dedicated to a specific industry covering Automotive, Academia, Digital Forensics, and Defense.
The main focus is on global best practices and innovation around analyzing and defending against embedded threats/vulnerabilities with market-specific solutions. There is no cost associated with this event. The entire program is fully sponsored by the Riscure team, including on-demand presentations, technical webinars, research papers, guest speakers, product demonstrations, and Q&A sessions. All you need to do is log in and enjoy!
The intended audience is developers, security evaluators, and researchers focused on hardware and software security testing; government organizations seeking to analyze threats posed by software attacks, state-of-the-art side-channel attacks, or fault injection. This program is also useful for Riscure Inspector customers.
The First Virtual Session: Automotive
Riscure invites you to Riscure’s first session focused on automotive on January 28th.
The platform will provide a series of recently released on-demand presentations, guest speakers, and research.
The automotive industry continues to accelerate cybersecurity efforts with new standards (e.g. SAE J3061) and governments wanting to enforce regulations (UN ECE WP 29). Today in 2021 there are standards published requiring actions such as, e.g. fuzzing under the ISO/SAE 21434.
During our first event, we will stimulate discussions and provide a demo of our Huracan fuzzing capabilities to help reveal system defects and insight into software’s overall robustness. The recorded presentation is available to watch immediately, after registration. You will also have the opportunity to interact live with our leading experts on January 28 in 3 different time zones.
When registering for these sessions click on the one that fits your time zone.