AESIN Automotive Security Conference 2018

04-07-2018 All day
MTC, Ansty Park
Address: The Manufacturing Technology Centre, Pilot Way, Coventry, CV7 9JU


Thank you to our Host:

Automotive Electronics Security is a major focus as we create ever increasing levels of connectivity and vehicle system complexity and cross industry participation is now creating real solution to secure against cybercrime and hacking.

Hosted by THALES, this Conference will provide insight into the latest thinking and experiences from leading cross-industry players, considering topics such as skills requirements, digital trust, secure architecture, cryptographic keys/authentication, robustness – resilient application interfaces and remote updates/access/firmware OTA (over-the-air).



08:45      Registration

09:30       Welcome and Introduction
– Paul Jarvie, AESIN

09:40       State of the Nation – What Have We Been Up To Since Last Year
– Peter Davies, Thales eSecurity/AESIN Automotive Security Workstream Leader

10:00      BREAK

Session 1: The “At Scale” Infrastructure In Which Vehicles Exist

10:30       “The Importance of Automated Recovery & Deployment Systems for Vehicles – Lessons from the Content & Telecomms Industries”
– Richard Marshall, Xitex

10:50       “Chaos, Devops & Compliance”
– Dr Pali Surdhar, Thales eSecurity

11:10       “The Apps the Key
– David Stewart, Critical Blue

11:30       Session 1 Panel

11:50      LUNCH

Session 2: Standards – Are They Beneficial, What Are The Consequences, How Are They Emerging?
Chaired by: David Battersby, Jaguar Land Rover

12:50       “Creating Customer Demand for Cyber Standards”
– Paul Wooderson, HORIBA MIRA  

13:10       “Architectual Component Standards to Achieve Resilience”
– Chris Tubbs, Green Hills Software

13:30       “The ISO 21434 Security Standard”
– Harman Hunjan, Renesas

13:50       “Latest Developments in IoT Standardisation”
– Dr Irina Brass, UCL

14:10       Session 2 Panel

14:30      BREAK

Session 3: Emerging Engineering Techniques Justifiable in Court
Chaired by: Peter Davies, AESIN Automotive Security Workstream Chair

15:00       “Trusting Connected Devices”
– Professor Máire O’Neill, Queen’s University Belfast

15:20       “Reimagining the Role of Hardware”
– Chris Shire, Infineon Technologies UK

15:40       “Adversarial Machine Learning and Resilience”
– Dr Luis Munoz-Gonzalez, Imperial College London

16:00       Session 3 Panel

16:20      Closing Summary
– Peter Davies, Thales eSecurity

16:30      Event Close


Thank you to our Exhibitors and Partner:



Exhibiting and Sponsorship Opportunities

For more information on Exhibiting and Sponsorship Opportunities of the Automotive Security Conference, please contact Rachel Palmer.