ATW #2214 – The Cyber Threat: How to Keep Hackers Out of Cars

April 26th, 2018 at 4:00pm

Internet Premiere: Thursday, 4/26 @ 4:00pm ET
Detroit Public TV: Sunday, 4/29 @ 10:30am ET

PANEL:
Kevin Tierney, Chief Product Cybersecurity Officer, Global Cybersecurity, General Motors
Craig Smith, Research Director of Transportation Security, Rapid7
Lieutenant Commander Matthew Legler, NAVSEA, U.S. Department of Navy
John McElroy, Autoline.tv

Cyber security is a growing concern in the auto industry. There are all kinds of cyber-attacks that aren’t getting talked about publically. But it’s not enough to just protect cars from hackers, automakers must look at their entire operation. However, the auto industry can’t do it alone, it must seek out the help of experts. There are lessons for the industry to learn from the military and vice versa. On Autoline This Week, John McElroy is joined by members of the auto industry, military and the tech world for a dive into cyber security.

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2 Comments to “ATW #2214 – The Cyber Threat: How to Keep Hackers Out of Cars”

  1. Venki Sundarraj Says:

    Very important topic indeed John! Very credible panel members as well.

    Clearly the message is Cyber security is now become a critical part of product development across all industries and all products for the future generations to come.

    Very insightful!

    Thank you!
    Venki

  2. John Johnson Says:

    I have to agree with Venki…cyber security is important and your panel discussion was enlightening. In my early career, I was a Certified Information Technology Auditor working in the financial services industry where cyber security issues and controls were in their infancy. It is great to see that the auto industry (i.e. GM), the military establishment and third parties are focusing on the cyber threats in an organized and fruitful way. For me, those cyber safeguards built into my vehicles are just as important as the airbags and seat belts. Thanks for a great show, John.