Originally presented on May 18, 2016.
While connectivity and data are the currency of our age, capitalizing on them in the automotive sector comes with significant risk. Internal and external vehicle networks are more pervasive than ever before, broadening the attack surface of connected cars and placing an additional burden of safety and security on automakers and Tier 1s. In this live online event, learn how isolation techniques and security measures from the embedded industry can be leveraged to protect modern vehicles from unwanted code or malicious attack. Best practices are explained, technology examples provided, and questions answered by silicon, software, and networking experts invested in the integrity of the connected car.
Bob Leigh, Director of New Markets, RTI
Bob has been developing new markets and building technology companies for over 15 years as an entrepreneur and technology leader. Bob graduated from Queen's University with a degree in Mathematics & Engineering and has used his education in control and communication systems to engineer embedded solutions for a variety of industries including energy, manufacturing, and transportation. At each venture he lead the charge to create new technologies for emerging markets and disruptive applications.
Marc brings more than 25 years of technology leadership experience to his role as GrammaTech's Chief Marketing Officer. Before joining GrammaTech in June of 2015, Marc was the Group VP of Product and Solutions Marketing at Polycom where he helped define and market Polycom's Workplace of the Future. Prior to Polycom, Marc spent several years supporting the embedded software markets with Intel, Wind River Systems and IBM leading several marketing teams. Earlier in his career, Marc was a software engineer with Motorola, Corning Research and GE Aerospace.
In a technology career spanning 30+ years, Mike Borse has enjoyed experiences in seemingly every imaginable role --from programmer to development manager, from project management to IT governance, from security and risk management to audit and compliance, from software business development to product management, among various other experiences, working with many talented engineers, entrepreneurs, and executives from throughout the world, in numerous entities engaged in widely diverse industries, markets, and business sectors. What he has enjoyed most, since the first days of his tech career, are the endless opportunities for continuous learning, and the personal fulfillment derived from working with talented individuals solving complex problems innovating solutions from the sublimely simple to the fantastic. Mike formally joined Polarion in 2015 to provide Product Management leadership in key vertical markets, and for Polarion's Variants Management solutions.
Shan Bhattacharya serves as a Director, Business Development and directs the US Field Engineering team for LDRA. Prior to this, he worked as a Field Application Engineer for LDRA, deploying LDRA software solutions for a large number of major defense, commercial avionics, medical device, and automotive vendors to meet industry software certification. Over the course of his career, he has worked for major defense system integrators as a software engineer, software lead, and an IPT lead.