(Illustration: Eugene Sergeev)
The China Automotive Cyber Security Summit 2016 will take place January 21 - 22 in Shanghai amid growing concerns that connected cars and connected car plants will increasingly be the objects of digital attacks.
The conference, which brings together automakers, suppliers, various connected-services providers and security specialists, will focus on Â government regulations, emerging automotive cyber security standards and new products and solutions designed to deal with the growing threats.
Speakers at the two-day conference include General Motors chief security officer Jeff Massimilla; Ricky Hudi, head of electric and electronic development at Audi;Â Wenjia Wang, director of engineering Asia Pacific, Tesla, and other auto- and IT-industry executives.
The summit is organized by Genesis Resourcing Consulting China, a consulting and market research company. More information on the event is at: http://www.acss2016.grccinc.com/index/.