Consumers want simplicity in their lives. This philosophy applies to connected devices, today’s connected cars and autonomous vehicles. But the challenge is that connectivity often brings vulnerabilities that hackers will exploit. The challenge for car manufacturers (OEMs) and tier 1 suppliers then becomes how to provide the benefits that consumers expect in a safe and secure way.
This webinar will explore:
- How to safely implement business models by securely managing and controlling the services offered in the vehicle.How to safely implement business models by securely managing and controlling the services offered in the vehicle.
- Various use cases highlighting the ability to enforce vehicle usage policies by authenticated user, including speed limit, time of use, geolocking, access to only the trunk or glove box and more.
- How car manufacturers can balance safety while implementing a convenient, flexible and customizable driving experience for consumers operating today’s connected vehicles.
Principle Architect, Connected Transport
Dan Murdock is the Principle Architect for Irdeto’s Connected Transport business unit and has been working in Cybersecurity for the last 15 years. Prior to this role Dan was an embedded software engineer in the automotive space for both Motorola and Visteon
Irdeto’s Cloakware solutions provide a highly effective, multi-layered, renewable and tunable approach to software protection that is future-proof and relies on 20 years of proven success. Irdeto’s Cloakware cybersecurity technology, products and solutions include Secure Environment, Software Protection, Security Services and Keystone – a secure, policy-based vehicle access and safety solution. Cloakware for Connected Transport enables automakers, Tier-1 suppliers, heavy vehicle and fleet operators to protect their brand and save costs in the battle against cybercriminals by creating a secure, tamper-proof environment for vehicle software that protects against reverse engineering. Learn more at connected-transport.irdeto.com.