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Cybersecurity Vehicle Forum in Japan

Event Overview

Cybersecurity Vehicle Forum in Japan was held on September 14, 2023.

We discussed the latest trends in automotive cybersecurity and the next generation of connected services with experts in the Japanese automotive value chain and trusted digital services. This event is relevant for automotive OEMs and suppliers interested in Secure Elements (SE), Trusted Execution Environments (TEE) and Trusted Platform Services (TPS).



10:00 Welcome and Intro Ana Tavares Lattibeaudiere
Executive Director,
10:15 Objective of the Cybersecurity Vehicle Forum Francesca Forestieri
Automotive Lead,
10:30 Introductions All Participants
11:00 GlobalPlatform

  • Overview
  • Trust Management with Secure Components
  • Secure Elements
  • Trusted Execution Environments
Gil Bernabeu
Chief Technology Officer,
GlobalPlatformJeremy O’Donoghue
TPS Committee Chair,
12:15 Lunch
13:15 Secure Evaluation Methodology

Possible Automotive Certification for UNECE 155

John Boggie
Senior Director, Head of Cybersecurity, NXP SemiconductorsRachel Menda Shabat
Director of Cybersecurity Certification Division, Winbond Technology Ltd.
13:45 GlobalPlatform Automotive Use Cases

  • Secure Components and eSE
  • Trusted Execution Environments
  • In-car payments
Kiseung Sung
Director of Automotive Account Management – Japan, ThalesKenji Takahashi
Sales and Account Management,
TrustonicTakahide Kadoyama
Japan Country Manager, Fime & Chairperson of the NFC Forum Japan Task Force
14:30 Coffee Break
15:00 Incorporating Flexibility and Agility into Automotive Solutions: Post Quantum Crypto Migration Olivier Van Nieuwenhuyze
Security Lobbying & Standardization Senior Manager, STMicroelectronics
Vice Chair and Security Task Force Chair, GlobalPlatform
15:20 ISO 21434: Best Practices on hardware protected security environments Dennis Kengo Oka
Senior Principal Automotive Security Strategist and Executive Advisor, Synopsis
15:40 AUTOSAR introduction, Cybersecurity activities and AUTOSAR Open strategy Masahiro Goto
Project Director, DENSO Corporation & AUTOSAR Regional Spokesperson - Japan
16:10 Open Discussion & Next Steps

  • Biggest Opportunities to Support Secure Component Evolution to Fit Automotive Use Cases
  • Biggest Challenges with ISO21434 regarding product robustness
  • Understanding the utility of security evaluation methodologies as a support to ISO21434
  • Japanese-Specific Market Requirements
Francesca Forestieri
Automotive Lead,
16:30 Close of meeting


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GlobalPlatform Cybersecurity Vehicle Forum (September 14) - GlobalPlatform

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