Three Aspects of Security for the Software Designed Car

Duration: 1 hour

Overview

Please join Certicom, the crypto expert in the BlackBerry Technology Solutions family, for a 60 minute webinar, demo, and Q & A focusing on three important elements of security for the emerging software-defined car, namely:

  1. Securing the supply chain
  2. Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) certificate management
  3. Software-defined car with a trust anchor (live demo)

Jim Alfred, Certicom’s VP, and business development manager, Bill Boldt, will introduce some of the ways Certicom helps companies, governments, and other organizations become not just secure, but BlackBerry Secure.

Estimated length:

1 hour, including Q & A.

Speaker biography
Bill Boldt, Business Development Manager, Certicom
Bill Boldt

Bill Boldt is the Business Development Manager at Certicom, part of BlackBerry Technology Solutions for security related products. He held various marketing and business development roles at Atmel, Fairchild, TDK, and Silicon Systems; and also ran an industrial design firm. Bill published numerous articles on security, semiconductors, and technology; and earned a BSEE degree from the University of Notre Dame and Masters in Management from Kellogg (Northwestern).

Jim Alfred, Vice President, Certicom
Jim Alfred

Jim Alfred is Vice President of Certicom Corp, a subsidiary of BlackBerry Ltd. And a member of the BlackBerry Technology Solutions business unit. Jim is responsible for all Certicom commercial activities. He has been involved with embedded technology and the move to smart, connected devices for over 25 years. His team at Certicom is helping manufacturers and service providers protect their content, devices and applications with government approved security—from cryptography libraries and security protocols to end-to-end security solutions for global silicon manufacturing and managed PKI services for device manufacturers.

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