OmniAir Consortium Inc., the leading industry association promoting interoperability and certification for connected vehicles, ITS, and transportation payment systems is hosting an automotive cybersecurity luncheon in Washington, DC on Wednesday, May 31.
The luncheon sponsored by automotive cybersecurity firm, CYMOTIVE Technologies, will feature guest speakers: Dr. Cem Hatipoglu from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration; Kevin Gay of the Federal Highway Administration; Jonathan Allen of Auto-ISAC and David Sequino of Integrity Security Services.
CYMOTIVE Technologies is a partnership between automotive giant Volkswagen and, three leading Israeli security experts Yuval Diskin, Tsafrir Kats and Dr. Tamir Bechor. CYMOTIVE is developing comprehensive, state-of-the-art cyber security solutions, products, and services that are tailored to the specific and ever-evolving needs of OEMs and tier one suppliers alike. “CYMOTIVE helps companies to see themselves from the eyes of the hackers and build cyber trust by implementing advanced cybersecurity solutions for next generation connected vehicles and mobile services, and we are excited to sponsor OmniAir’s automotive cybersecurity event,” said CYMOTIVE GmbH Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Tamir Bechor.
“OmniAir is leading the charge on certification for vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-everything (V2X) technology. Securing the connected vehicle platform is pivotal to widespread acceptance and deployment of connected and autonomous vehicles said,” Jason Conley, executive director at OmniAir. “OmniAir is bringing together leading government officials and experts in automotive cybersecurity for a conversation about ongoing government research and industry efforts to address this issue.”
For additional information and to register for the event visit our event page.