As automobiles are increasingly connected to the internet and to other systems, they can be commandeered and rendered dangerous. The problem is complex and today’s point-solutions leave a “hackable” system. In this webinar, we will outline BlackBerry’s 7-Pillar recommendation to harden automotive electronics against cyberattacks.
During this webinar, you will learn:
- Why automobiles are increasingly accessible and more vulnerable to threats from the outside world.
- How connectivity and increasing use of software in automobiles have created a larger attack surface in today’s vehicles.
- How BlackBerry’s 7-Pillar recommendation for automotive cybersecurity can help mitigate risk.
As head of product management at BlackBerry's QNX Software Systems, Grant Courville is responsible for managing the company’s global product portfolio and strategy for the automotive and general embedded markets. Grant has over 25 years of experience in the embedded industry and is a recognized leader and spokesperson for connected and autonomous car technology and trends. In his 20+ years with QNX, he has held a variety of leadership roles in engineering, marketing and strategy. Grant’s QNX experience is also complemented by senior leadership roles with Curtiss-Wright Controls and Tilcon Software.