TrustPoint at Premier Automotive Events This June
Who says the summer months are quiet? This June, there’s a lot of action in the automotive world, and TrustPoint is in the center of it all.
The month kicked off with the escar conference in Ann Arbor, Michigan on June 1-2. TrustPoint was proud to sponsor this leading automotive cyber security event. The conference featured educational workshops featuring the best practices and approaches for implementing automotive security. Escar also supports and encourages collaboration that enhances cyber security. The goal is to further the concept that we can accomplish more when we work together.
TrustPoint was also part of the Ontario trade mission to TU Automotive on June 8-9. The conference attracted 150 speakers and more than 3,000 attendees and focused on automotive tech innovation.
The forward-looking conference raised the question of what we can expect the industry to look beyond autonomous vehicles. What are the seeds being planted now that will have an impact in 20 or 30 years from now?
If you weren’t able to attend, you can purchase access to all the speaker presentations and audio online.
TrustPoint will participate at the APMA Conference and Exhibition on June 15 and 16 in Windsor, Ontario. Sherry Shannon Vanstone will be speaking as part of a panel on autonomous vehicles. She’ll be highlighting the importance of security in the development of crash avoidance and autonomous vehicles systems.
APMA is an important organization as it brings together all aspects of the automotive industry. Membership in APMA offers opportunities to gain valuable insights into the challenges each part of the industry experiences. With a stronger understanding, we can work together to create better products and services.
In the coming weeks, watch for our reports and updates from these conferences, as well as a peek into TrustPoint’s activities in our own community.
Please contact us today if you are interested in learning how TrustPoint can enhance the security of your automotive project.