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The Future of Automotive Cybersecurity

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American Institute of Architects Building

1735 New York Avenue Northwest

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Join us for an evening of drinks, food, networking and a discussion with some of the brightest minds in automotive security.

Never before in history have next-gen technology and the automotive world ever intersected so rapidly. These changes will undoubtedly bring new opportunities to create safer roads and provide unforeseen mobility options for people globally. However, these changes will also present new challenges that must be addressed to ensure safety, privacy, and the trust of the public. The challenge at the center of this discussion is the topic of cybersecurity and if, and how, connected and automated vehicles can be compromised and how they will be protected.

In coordination with DC Cyber Week, please join us for networking happy hour and an in-depth discussion with some of the top thought leaders working to secure the car of the future. Space is limited so please only RSVP if you plan on attending.

SPEAKERS

  • Moshe Shlisel, CEO, Guardknox Cyber Technologies
  • Harry Lightsey, Executive Director, Emerging Technologies Policy, General Motors
  • Jackie Glassman, Co-head, Automotive & Transportation Practice, King and Spalding
  • Ariel Wolf, Privacy, Cybersecurity, and Automated Vehicles Attorney, Venable LLP
  • Lauren Smith, Policy Counsel, Future Privacy Forum (Moderator)

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AGENDA

5:45pm-6:25pm: Meet and Greet

6:25-6:30: Opening Remarks: Will Simon, Managing Director, U.S. Israel Mobility Innovation Center

6:30pm-7:30pm: Panel Discussion: The Future of Automotive Cybersecurity

7:30-7:35: Closing Remarks, Robert Katz, Executive Director, Innovation Intelligence Institute & Senior Advisory, USIMIC

7:35pm-8:30pm: Networking Reception

This meeting is open to media. To schedule an interview or request a comment, please email David Stoyka at dstoyka@marxlayne.com. A summary of the round table will be provided by our sponsor, Guardknox, which you can receive by signing up HERE.

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Special thanks to our sponsor, Guardknox Cyber Technologies, for making this event possible.

GuardKnox protects the users of the connected vehicles against threats that can endanger their physical safety and the safety of their personal information.

GuardKnox’s team brings over two decades of experience in providing hardware and software-based cyber security solutions to Israeli Air Force systems. The team shares the core values of the Israeli Air Force and is committed to supplying solutions which protect the automotive industry from the most critical cyber threats. Please visit www.guardknox.com for more information.

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