Abstract

In this presentation, Gary and I will discuss a number of the of critical concerns facing the automotive industry as vehicles become more connected.  A number of the vulnerabilities and risks inherent in the automotive ecosystem will be highlighted. We will discuss a trust management approach to understanding and securing the interactions among automotive ecosystem elements and stakeholders.  Our approach will encompass not only the OEMs producing gas, hybrid and electric vehicles, but also the smart infrastructure and supporting service businesses necessary for connectivity to improve the automotive experience in a private and secure manner.  Most importantly, we make a number of suggestions as to how Intertrust can benefit from participating in this emerging market opportunity.

Speakers 

Bio  Gary Ellison, Intertrust

Gary Ellison is Vice President and Chief Security Architect at Intertrust.  While at Intertrust, Gary has conducted research in the areas of trusted distributed computing technology as it applies to rights management, security and privacy of telematics data and applied research in health informatics. Prior to joining Intertrust, Gary spent time at Sun Microsystems where his role was primarily focused on aspects of trust, security and privacy. Gary led the architecture, design, and implementation of the security and networking components in the Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition and he was the principal author of the text, "Inside Java 2 Platform Security: Architecture, API Design, and Implementation (2nd Edition)." Gary is also an alumni of the Internet Services Group of AT&T Laboratories and Bell Laboratories and holds a B.S. in Computer and Information Science from Ohio State University. 

Bio  Mark Kokes, Intertrust

Mark Kokes is Senior Director of Intellectual Property and Technology Initiatives at Intertrust.  A recent addition to the Intertrust team, Mark has spent ten plus years in the mobile industry with stints at Nokia Research Center's Video Coding Group, Sony Ericsson's Corporate Technology Office and most recently HTC's Corporate Strategy Group.  While at HTC, Mark was responsible for intellectual property assessment of 3rd party technology as it was related to corporate M&A activities as well as negotiation/resolution of patent licensing disputes. Mark's areas of research include low-delay multimedia source compression, joint source/channel coding, secure and robust data transport over wireless/cellular networks, mobile platform security and virtualization technologies. Mark holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Southern Methodist University (2002) and a M.S. (1997) and B.S. (1995) in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University.

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