At the AESIN Security Conferences in 2019, 2020 and 2021 Industry and Academia combined to set out the Cyber resilience challenge facing the automotive industry as we transition to greater autonomy, ever increasing levels of connectivity and vehicle system complexity. To outline an approach and to ask for your help in understanding how to operationalise Cyber Resilience, what research could be repurposed to kick start a solution, and how to meet and where necessary influence our regulatory obligations.
Now in 2022 we’re back to explain and debate what, with your help we, we have done to refine the approach and to demonstrate its technical and economic feasibility at scale.
Hosted by Peter Davies, Director Security Concepts, 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).
In three sessions we will cover:
- Legal responsibility in software tools
- The indeterminate nature of Failure Mode analysis in AI and Machine Learning systems
- Building a framework for trust in a regulatorily fragmented world.
Discussing the embracing of Complexity Science and Decision Making under Uncertainty, how you apply that to your engineering process and what we have learned about sustainability in insurance court, forensics, evidence and significant difference.
Our work during the year has been enabled by collaboration between industrial and academic experts covering the key technologies for the next decade from the physics of chip design, approximate computing, AI and Data Science and much, much more. As we stand on the threshold of a world where immeasurable benefits are achievable by doing things that matter at scale please join us to understand our vision and debate how you might help enable the future.
When your children ask you where you were when the future was being decided do not be the one to say “I was not there”.