Watch: How Compliance Will Make or Break It for Tier 1 and Tier 2 Suppliers

 

Webinar highlights:

  • What is demanded of Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers with regards to the WP.29 (R155) regulation and the ISO/SAE 212434 standard?
  • What are the challenges and implications of the regulation for Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers?
  • What are some opportunities that suppliers have to differentiate themselves in the eyes of OEMs when it comes to compliant vehicles?
  • What threats must be mitigated at Tier 1 or Tier 2 component level according to the standard and regulation?

Panelists Details:

Ingo Dassow, Global Lead Automotive Cybersecurity, Deloitte

Ingo Dassow is part of Deloitte Germany’s Automotive Cyber Security practice, and provides services in the Automotive industry, where he is responsible for the implementation of solutions and management systems to enable Cybersecurity management for product and production. His team is establishing standards around Cybersecurity Engineering following e.g. ISO 21434, ISO/PAS 21448, ISO 24089, and IEC 62443.

Luca Bertoglio, Global Chief Information Security Officer and Head of IT Innovation, Marelli

Luca Bertoglio is Global Chief Information Security Officer and Head of IT innovation of Marelli, a major Japan-based global automotive component manufacturer with 170 facilities in 24 countries. In this role since 2017, Luca oversees the governance of the Information Security Management System, and he is responsible for the design, implementation and management of cybersecurity framework and solutions for the IT, OT, and automotive/connected cars domains. Luca has 20 years of experience in cybersecurity: before Marelli, he served as CISO in a financial company for 3 years, and previously he held managing roles in consulting companies, supporting primary Italian financial and TLC companies in Italian in the implementation of their cybersecurity roadmap. Luca holds a degree in Electronic Engineering and lives in Milan with his family (wife and 2 children). When he is not working – it rarely happens – he enjoys listening to music and playing piano and guitar.

Charles Wilson, Principal Engineer, Cybersecurity Development Lifecycle Practice, Motional

Charles is a Principal Engineer at Motional developing their cybersecurity development lifecycle practice. He has over 37 years of professional experience across a broad range of domains including aerospace, publishing, software development, technical illustrations, networking, embedded wireless hardware and software, distributed image scaling, enterprise-scale distributed system, medical devices, and autonomous vehicles. He first worked on security software in 1983. His master’s work in 1992 was in anti-viral computer architecture. He started threat modeling about 10 years ago while at Dell. Charles has participated in several ISO standards committees. His most recent activities have included staffing at the FDA/MITRE/MDIC medical device threat modeling training bootcamps and working on the development ISO/SAE 21434 (Road vehicles – Cybersecurity engineering).

Giuseppe Serio, Senior Director Market Development, Upstream

With more than 20 years of experience in the automotive industry, Giuseppe Serio leads and is responsible for industry solutions and market development within Upstream. Formerly the Global Industry Solution Leader at IBM, he focused on the connected vehicle and vehicle cybersecurity domain. Giuseppe has been a thought leader and one of the first proponents of the idea of vehicle security operations centers. Giuseppe has been a featured speaker and panelist on vehicle security topics around the world and has spoken at conferences and invited to panels including SAE, IAA Motorshow, AutoNews, TU-Automotive, China Security Summit, Vehicle Electronics & Connected Services Conference Sweden, amongst others.

 

Host: Fay Goldstein, Strategic Communications and Development Manager, Upstream

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