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7th International VDI Conference - Cyber Security for Vehicles

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Am 22. und 23. Juni 2021 kehrt die „International VDI Conference - Cyber Security for Vehicles“ zurück - dieses Jahr bereits zum 7. Mal! Diskutieren Sie mit technischen Experten und wichtigen Entscheidungsträgern führender OEMs, Zulieferer und Lösungsanbieter die aktuellen Herausforderungen im Bereich der Cyber Security von Fahrzeugen. Nutzen Sie diese ganz auf das Thema automobile Sicherheit spezialisierte Plattform, um sich umfassend über die aktuellen Entwicklungen und neuesten Lösungen zu informieren.

„Hallo Siri, finde den schnellsten Weg nach Hause“

Fahrzeuge werden zunehmend zu vernetzten mobilen Computern. Daher sind Automobilhersteller heute ebenso Softwareunternehmen wie Hardware-Produzenten. Das Thema Cyber Security sollte demzufolge ein zentrales Anliegen der Automobilindustrie sein. Doch in einer aktuellen Umfrage gaben 84 % der Befragten an, dass die Automobilhersteller nicht in der Lage seien, mit den stetig wachsenden Herausforderungen in diesem Bereich Schritt zu halten.

Die „International VDI Conference - Cyber Security for Vehicles“ bringt Sie auf den neuesten Stand der Entwicklungen und hilft Ihnen, zukünftige Bedrohungsszenarien zu antizipieren und wirksame Gegenmaßnahmen zu treffen. Nutzen Sie die interaktiven Roundtable-Diskussionen und die fundierten Beiträge anerkannter Sicherheitsexperten, um sich mit den für Ihr Unternehmen relevanten Fachkräften und Entscheidern auszutauschen und Ihr Wissen im Bereich der Cyber Security von Fahrzeugen zu erweitern.

Themen, Sprecher und Programm

Profitieren Sie von innovativen Ideen, neuesten Fallstudien, interaktiven Diskussionen und Berichten aus aktuellen Pilotprojekten.

Konferenzthemen 2021:

  • Regulations & standards, implementation & best practices
  • Security engineering, security governance, security throughout the system life-cycle
  • Secure architectures, security for automated & electric vehicles
  • Safety-security interaction, the convergence of embedded & IT security
  • AI & security, crypto-agility, security of cloud-based functions
  • Intrusion & anomaly detection systems, forensics & analytics
  • Incident response, penetration testing, methodology & tools

Auswahl bestätigter Sprecher 2021:

  • Pierre Gachon, Director IT Security, Renault SAS
  • Josef Wagenhuber, Automotive Security Expert, BMW Group
  • Michael Eisenbarth, Head of Cyber Security Lab, ZF Friedrichshafen AG
  • Florian Stahl, Principal Consultant, msg, Germany
  • Robert Kaster, Chief Technical Expert, Robert Bosch LLC
  • David Yu, VP of Engineering, AICC Silicon Valley, AICC Inc.
  • Falk Langer, Team Lead Vehicle Software Solutions, IAV GmbH
  • Timo van Roermund, Technical Director Automotive Security, NXP Semiconductors Germany GmbH
  • Christophe Jouvray, Cybersecurity & Privacy Expert, Valeo SAS
  • Hosnieh Rafiee, Security Expert, Volkswagen AG
  • Tim Leinmüller, Senior Technical Manager, Head of Fundamental Technology R&D, Denso Automotive Germany GmbH

Wenn Sie Fragen zum Programm haben oder als Referent mit einem eigenen Beitrag an einer unserer Konferenzen teilnehmen möchten, wenden Sie sich bitte an Katharina Neumann.

Programm

08:45

Registration & Welcome Coffee

09:45

Chair’s Welcome & Opening Address

Dr. Markus Tschersich, Head of Security & Privacy Research and Governance, Continental AG, Germany

I. Regulations, Standards & Processes

10:00

Impact of Cyber Security Regulations on an OEM

  • Impact on processes
  • Impact on risk management
  • Technical impacts on vehicles

Pierre Gachon, Cybersecurity Expert Leader, Groupe Renault, France

10:30

Automotive Cyber Security Technology Innovations in Times of UNECE Regulations

  • How UNECE (IEC 21434) not only affects processes but also technology innovation
  • Robustness of ADAS against adversarial attacks on AI-based systems
  • What cyber security can do for AI & vice versa

Michael Eisenbarth, Head of Cyber Security Research Lab, ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Germany

11:00

Compliance with ISO/SAE 21434 – A Semiconductor Supplier‘s Perspective

  • Implementing the requirements in our policies & procedures
  • Applying the requirements to components developed out-of-context
  • Practical experience & challenges

Timo van Roermund, Director Automotive Security, NXP Semiconductors, Germany

11:30

Networking & Coffee Break

12:00

Cyber Security Management Systems vs. Information Security Management Systems – Two Sides of the Same Coin?

  • CSMS as a connector between Vehicle and IT World
  • ISMS/CSMS/QMS – differentiation and comparability
  • Automotive-SMS – a combination approach to use synergies

Alexander Ersoy, Head of Automotive Cybersecurity Regulations & Policies,
Miriam Gruber, Chief Security Architect, both: CARIAD, Germany

12:30

Security Architecture for Intelligent Connected Vehicles (ICVs) and in China Market

  • Cyber Security in SDVs and ICVs – The Trends and Challenges
  • Security Architecture for ICVs – A Multilayered, Multi-dimension Approach
  • Standards and Ecosystem in China Domestic Market

David Yu, VP of Engineering, AICC Silicon Valley, AICC Inc., USA

13:00

Lunch

II. Secure Architectures

14:00

Best Practices for Building Security Protocols

  • Security protocols, e.g. authentication, key establishment or key transport, are at the heart of modern communication systems
  • Careful design of a security protocol is crucial: Flawed protocols cause severe vulnerabilities which completely destroy security even in the case of a perfect implementation or an unbroken cryptosystem
  • Guidelines & best practices for building security protocols, useful also for the automotive domain, which avoid the most common mistakes

Dr. Josef Wagenhuber, Specialist Development, BMW Group, Germany

14:30

Starting up MACsec for Automotive Ethernet

  • MACsec can protect many more messages than other solutions – does this make it the best solution?
  • What key exchange options exist & what are their implications
  • Finding the missing pieces – startup performance & optimization options

Dr. Lars Völker, Technical Fellow, Technica Engineering GmbH, Germany

15:00

Interactive World Café Sessions

Directly engage with international experts in these highly interactive sessions. Discuss current challenges, needs, and solutions with your peers!

  • Optimal Integration of Security in a Company, Stefan Römmele, Head of Security & Privacy Competence Center, Continental AG, Germany
  • Requirements & Needs for Future Security Architectures, Miriam Gruber, Chief Security Architect, CARIAD, Germany
  • Automated Security Testing in Agile Product Development, Rakshith Amarnath, R&D Project Lead, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany
16:00

Networking & Coffee Break

III. Intrusion & Anomaly Detection

16:30

An AUTOSAR-Based Solution for Automotive Intrusion Detection Systems

  • Challenges that have prevented the broad adoption of automotive IDS in the industry
  • The standardized technical infrastructure & protocols for IDS released with the latest AUTOSAR version
  • The opportunity for reducing the cost & effort for implementing automotive IDS

Dr. Eduard Metzker, Principal Solution Manager, Vector Informatik GmbH, Germany

17:00

Intrusion Detection for SOME/IP: Challenges & Opportunities

  • Scarcity of published work on intrusion detection in cars, in particular for service-oriented communication
  • Discussion of selected challenges & opportunities for intrusion detection in SOME/IP
  • Proposal of an architecture for a SOME/IP intrusion detection system, discussion of its security properties & report of preliminary experimental results

Dr. Paul Duplys, Program Lead „Security, Privacy & Safety“ & Senior Manager, co-author: Tobias Gehrmann, Security Researcher, all: Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany

17:30

Intrusion & Anomaly Detection in Cooperative Intelligent Transportation Systems (C-ITS)

  • Overview: C-ITS Security (as part of overall vehicle cyber security)
  • Overview of intrusion & anomaly detection in C-ITS
  • Principles and framework(s)

Tim Leinmüller, Manager Corporate R&D, Denso International Europe, Germany

18:00

End of Conference Day 1

IV. V2X Security & Privacy

9:30

Security & Privacy Challenges of Connnected Vehicles to Cloud Based Infrastructures & Services

  • Cloud based infrastructure for connected vehicles & security issues
  • Privacy & security of cloud based services & impact on automotive areas
  • Tools for & attacks on cloud based infrastructures
  • Role of regulations

Dr. Hosnieh Rafiee, Mainframe Group / Security Expert in Automotive, Cloud & IT Systems, Volkswagen AG, Germany

10:00

The Privacy Paradox in Automated & Connected Vehicles

  • 64% see data privacy as a criterion when buying a new car
  • In practice most modern cars do not implement privacy by design
  • How to improve privacy in vehicles with organizational & technical measures

Florian Stahl, Principal Consultant, msg systems ag, Germany

10:30

Towards a Common Cybersecurity ITS Model

  • Model-based engineering
  • Homogenization of ITS standards
  • Ecosystem or system of system viewpoint

Dr. Christophe Jouvray, Product Cybersecurity Regulation & Norms Manager, Valeo SA, Antonio Kung, CEO, Trialog, all: France

11:00

Networking & Coffee Break

V. Threat & Risk Assessment

11:30

The CTI – Cybersecurity of Intelligent Transportation Project & Its Method for Risk Analysis

  • Project consortium, three industries: automotive, railway & aeronautics
  • Project approach: cyber security add-ons to all phases of product’s lifecycle
  • Project outcomes: secure and supervised architecture, validation methodology
  • Focus on Computer Aided Risk Analysis & autonomous car use case

Dr. Witold Klaudel, Research Project Leader, co-author: Dr. Artur Rataj, Senior Researcher, both: Institute for Technological Research (IRT) SystemX, France

12:15

Threat Analysis Methods & Tools

  • Automating automotive cyber security risk identification & assessment
  • Reuse of assets & upkeep of threat information
  • Identification of attack paths & rating of attack likelihood

Christoph Schmittner, Safety & Security Engineering, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Austria

12:45

Lunch

VI. Incident Management & Response

14:00

Cyber Secure Monitoring and Incident Response for Vehicular Systems

  • Introduction & motivation of security monitoring & secure operation centers for vehicle fleets
  • Challenges in incidence response for safety critical systems; translation of fail-safe and fail-operational concepts to incidence response
  • Exemplification of the incidence response processes containment, recovery & eradication for vehicles

Prof. Dr. Falk Langer, Team Manager Connected Software Systems & Services, co-author: Lukas Stahlbock, Systems Engineer, all: IAV GmbH, Germany

14:30

Investigating a Real Life Vehicle Security Incident in a Vehicle Security Operation Center (VSOC) Solution using Threat Intelligence

  • Demonstration of a real life investigation of a vehicle security incident
  • See how threat intelligence is used as a data source in the investigation rather than just a mechanism for alerts

Adi Dubin, Director of Product Management, Argus Cyber Security Ltd., Israel

15:00

Networking & Coffee Break

15:30

The Auto-ISAC and its Approach to Improving Automotive Security

  • What is an ISAC & how does the Auto-ISAC work?  
  • Success stories from the Auto-ISAC & examples of sharing within the AutoISAC

Robert Kaster, Chief Technical Expert, Dr. Martin Emele, VP Cybersecurity, both Robert Bosch LLC., Auto-ISAC Global Task Force Europe Chair, USA

16:00

Harmonizing Cybersecurity Across the Automotive Ecosystem

  • Need for a new, comprehensive approach to automotive cybersecurity lifecycle management that enables harmonized communication across the entire ecosystem.
  • Proposal of a practical, uncomplicated approach to cybersecurity lifecycle management that enables vertical integration, empowers OEMs & Tier 1s to own every step of the security lifecycle & equips them with the agility required to identify & respond to attacks quickly

David Mor Ofek, Productmanager, C2A Security, Jersusalem, Isreal

16:30

Chair‘s Closing Remarks

16:45

End of Conference

Zielgruppe

Wer sollte an der Konferenz teilnehmen?

Tauschen Sie sich mit internationalen Experten und Geschäftspartnern aus und nutzen Sie die Vielzahl an Networking-Möglichkeiten. Die „International VDI Conference - Cyber Security for Vehicles“ richtet sich an Fach- und Führungskräfte von OEMs, Tier-1- und Tier-2-Zulieferen sowie IT-und Softwareunternehmen. Angesprochen sind insbesondere:

  • Cyber- & IT-Sicherheitsspezialisten
  • Sicherheitsarchitekten und -ingenieure
  • Softwareentwickler
  • CTOs und CIOs

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Programmausschuss

Dr. Mathias Dehm

Dr. Mathias Dehm

Continental Teves AG & Co. oHG / Frankfurt

Dr. Jörn Eichler

Dr. Jörn Eichler

Volkswagen AG / Wolfsburg

Prof. Christoph Krauß

Prof. Christoph Krauß

Fraunhofer-Institut für Sichere Informationstechnologie SIT / Darmstadt

Dr. Christian Köbel

Dr. Christian Köbel

Honda R & D Europe (Deutschland) GmbH / Offenbach