DOT-VOLPE CENTER AND DHS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CYBER SECURITY DIVISION (DHS CSD S&T) AUTOMOTIVE CYBERSECURITY R&D SHOWCASE

Cambridge, MA

                                                                                                      

             

 

DOT-VOLPE CENTER AND DHS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CYBER SECURITY DIVISION (DHS CSD S&T) AUTOMOTIVE CYBERSECURITY R&D SHOWCASE

U.S. Department of Transportation Volpe Center
55 Broadway
Cambridge, MA 02142

 

The US Department of Transportation (DOT)/Volpe National Transportation Systems Center (Volpe Center) in collaboration with Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate Cyber Security Division (DHS S&T CSD), Open Garages/Theia Labs, and Mitre Corporation are conducting an invitation-only Automotive Cybersecurity R&D Showcase on October 18-20, 2016.  This event will be hosted at the Volpe Center in Cambridge, MA.   The event will bring together key stakeholders and technologists from government, automotive industry, academia, research laboratories, and independent security research working in the automotive cybersecurity sector to:

Enable Federally Funded stakeholders to share information and collaborate on ongoing and future Government projects in Automotive Cybersecurity

• Minimize duplication of efforts in Federal Automotive Cybersecurity R&D

• Share knowledge about cybersecurity research issues and automation challenges

• Improve information sharing and collaboration between developers and end-users of automotive cybersecurity “Open Source” (OS) tools

• Demonstrate current state of the art in OS automotive cybersecurity research tools on modern model year 2014 automobiles

• Reduce the number of parallel developments creating OS tools with similar functionality,

• Identify unmet OS functionality needs through greater coordination within the greater automotive cybersecurity research community

• Launch a collaboration platform for the automotive cybersecurity research community to work together on OS automotive cybersecurity research tools

• Incentivize increased academic and security researcher interest in automotive cybersecurity

• Connect tool developers with collaborators, end users, and potential funding sources

For questions or to request access accommodation or services, email, Kevin Harnett
kevin.harnett@dot.gov; phone 617-699-7086
. Dress for the conference is business casual.

 

 

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