Modern vehicles are becoming more and more networked. In order to be able to take advantage of the associated opportunities, the requirements for protection against unauthorized access to software, data and functions are increasing.
Due to the current situation in Germany and Europe, we have decided to postpone the Vector Symposia 2020.
In the meantime, please use our website and inform yourself about the topics of the symposium.
On April 22nd, 2020, the historic Wagenhallen in Stuttgart will open their doors to Vector's 4th Automotive Cybersecurity Symposium. In several presentations the speakers show the current status and present solutions for the upcoming challenges.
The presentations will be rounded off with an exhibition in which Vector presents its tools and solutions for various aspects of Automotive Cybersecurity. Reason enough for you to be part of the Vector Cybesecurity Symposium 2020.
Topics and Speakers
Safety and Security Integration in Practice Stefan Kriso, Robert Bosch GmbH
Security Standards: ISO 21434 and UN-ECE. Lessons Learned From Early Adoption. Dr. Christof Ebert, Vector Consulting Services GmbH
As the Wagenhallen Stuttgart only have a very limited number of parking spaces, we ask you to travel by public transport. From "Hauptbahnhof" (main station) please take the U5, U6, U7 and U12 to "Pragfriedhof". From here, you reach the Wagenhallen Stuttgart by foot in about 4 minutes.
Vector Cybersecurity Solutions
Vector offers a wide range of sophisticated tools, basic software and competent services for all aspects of Automotive Cybersecurity. This simplifies the design, implementation and testing of Security-related distributed systems in the vehicle. An overview of all Security products and their application areas can be found on the following webpage.
In 2019 we welcomed over 200 experts to the Cybersecurity Symposium. You weren't there? We have prepared the agenda and a few impressions for you. Click through and we will meet on April 22, 2020 for the next Cybersecurity Symposium.
Topic and Speaker
Challenges in Automotive Cybersecurity for Automated Driving