Presentation Topic: "Research on Data Security of Autonomous Driving and Evaluation Framework "
1. Risk analysis of data security in automatic driving;
2. Data classification of automatic driving and security architecture
3. Research on cybersecurity evaluation framework.
Speaker: Youlei Chen, Chief Security Architect in the Policy and Standard Patent Department of Intelligent Automotive Solutions BU of Huawei Technologies co., LTD.
Bio: Youlei Chen is currently the chief security architect in the policy and standard patent department of intelligent automotive solutions BU of huawei technologies co., LTD. He is a former senior researcher of nokia Siemens. He has been engaged in network security work for a long time, participated in making of automotive cyber-security standards. He has rich experience in trusted computing, cloud computing and big data security.
Presentation Topic:" Function Security and Information Security in Autonomous Driving "
Autonomous driving raises stringent requirements on design of car security framework, both functional security as well as information security. Takes this opportunity, Thales would like to share their experience in aviation autonomous driving field to facilitate prosperous future in growth of autonomous driving at ACSS2020.
Presentation Topic: “Cybersecurity considerations for EV, Autonomous and the futureof Mobility.”
This presentation will investigate and analyse the latestcybersecurity trends seen in the automotive industry which will affect the EV,autonomous and future mobility market. We will investigate the adoptionof cybersecurity features within the vehicles, the factors to consider withrespect vehicle architecture and security operations centre. We willinvestigate what the drivers are and the effects of up and coming typeapprovals within WP.29 and the introduction of ISO/SAE 21434.
Bio: Mr. Zhou has many years of work experience in automotive cybersecurity area and holds a MSc in Cyber Security degree which also certificated by GCHQ in accredited from University of Birmingham. He has token part into many automotive cybersecurity projects including thread modelling, penetration testing, risk assessment, security system designing and review etc for the OEMs and suppliers from Europe, Japan, NA, and China. He is also providing consultancy to two novel UK Government funded Innovate UK research programs. Now he relocates into China and mainly responsible for Chinese cyber security related projects in SBD Automotive.
•UNECE GRVA WP29网络安全合规背景介绍
安全治理层面现状差距— 安全业务执行层面现状差距— WP29车企全方位整改路线
TOPIC: " Automotive OEMs - How to Deal with WP29 Cyber Security Compliance"
Speaker: Boris Zhang, Engagement Partner, CIA、CISA. Deloitte
Bio: With more than 15 years of work experience in Deloitte, Boris Zhang is familiar with information security, internal audit and risk & control services. He is an experienced expert on data security, personal information protection, application security and control, automated GRC system consulting and implementation. He is the champion to lead national China Cyber Security Law service in Deloitte, works as speaker in external seminars, writes articles and blogger about insight and interpretation of Cyber Security Law and leads interaction matters with China authorities.
He has intensive experience and deep understanding on local regulations, and assists clients in complying with their local business and system to meet regulatory requirement including Cyber security law, CSOX and PRC accounting localization requirement etc. He also has extensive industry experiences covering automotive, retail, transportation and logistics etc. In Cyber Security Law service, he has been engaged in several compliance readiness engagements of China Cyber Security Law for large companies, help client build the information security management framework and assess the gaps to comply with Cyber Security Law and propose the follow-up improvement activities, remediation plan and the priorities.