Hacking the Automotive Industry

03 April 2016 Las Vegas, NV Past Event

Location

Las Vegas, NV
Partner Michael Overly presented at the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) Connect Convention & Expo in Las Vegas on April 3, 2016.
His specialty workshop entitled, “Hacking the Automotive Industry,” examined recent information security and hacking threats to the automotive industry. The workshop also explored the underlying issues that cause security risks and practical ways to mitigate against these threats. Specific topics covered included car hacks, industrial espionage, and access to company trade secrets. Attendees learned best practices to maintain large databases of information and protect their customers and profits.

This presentation directly aligns with an Automotive World article in which Overly was quoted on automotive cybersecurity concerns, “Cyber Security Goes Proactive with Bug Bounties.”

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Hacking the Automotive Industry

Location

Las Vegas, NV