Cybersecurity Vehicle Forum Virtual Update
Date and time: September 25, 2023, 2pm-5pm CET
GlobalPlatform’s Cybersecurity Vehicle Forum (CSVF) creates the opportunity to engage with the automotive value chain and experts on trusted digital services as we address the latest developments in automotive cybersecurity and work together to future proof the next generation of connected services.
This mini virtual event update will include an overview of Measurement and Attestation RootS (MARS) by Tom Brostrom and Trusted Platform Services (TPS) by Jeremy O’Donoghue as well as provide an overview of the key themes and topics discovered at previous events, an outline of the agenda topics for the next Cybersecurity Vehicle Forum events, and the plans for 2024.
Open to members and non-members, free of charge.
|Welcome & Introductions
|Richard Hayton, Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer, Trustonic & Chair of the TEE Committee and Automotive Task Force, GlobalPlatform
|Overview of Measurement and Attestation RootS (MARS)
|Tom Broström, Research Technical Director, Cyber Pack Ventures Inc. (CPVI)
|Discussion of Trusted Platform Services (TPS)
|Jeremy O’Donoughue, Director of Engineering, Qualcomm and TPS Committee Chair, GlobalPlatform
|Summary of the key themes and topics discovered at previous Cybersecurity Vehicle Forum events, an outline of the agenda topics for the next events, and the plans for 2024
|Francesca Forestieri, Automotive Lead, GlobalPlatform
Francesca Forrestieri is GlobalPlatform’s Automotive Lead and is responsible for connecting the automotive value chain with experts on trusted digital services to address the latest developments in the automotive ecosystem and work to future-proof connected services.
Jeremy currently serves as Director, Engineering at Qualcomm, working within the Secure Systems Group. He is responsible for architecture and development of software focused around secure platforms and NFC. In previous roles at Qualcomm, he was the lead security architect and software lead for an NFC CLF development, and has worked extensively on telephony aspects of both Android and Windows-based mobile systems. Jeremy was also an early participant in developing the GSMA NFC Handset Requirements and Testbook.
Jeremy joined the GlobalPlatform Board of Directors in 2016, and is Chair of the TPS Committee.
Richard Hayton is on the Board of Directors, and is also the Chair of the TEE Committee at GlobalPlatform where he contributes to the organization’s technical initiatives bringing over 30 years of experience in the cybersecurity industry. Richard is a regular speaker and influencer in the cybersecurity arena.
At Trustonic, Richard’s focus has been on enabling the telecoms industry – manufacturers and mobile operators, the automotive industry as well as application developers, to all benefit from embedded security and strong device identity. Prior to Trustonic, Richard held various roles at Citrix including Chief Architect, Distinguished Engineer and Chief Technology Officer. During 20 years at Citrix, he led projects ranging from embedded software to global enterprise systems, with a focus on user and developer experience.
He holds a PhD in Computer Science from Cambridge University, focusing on identity federation for users, devices and services.
Tom Brostrom is the Research Technical Director at Cyber Pack Ventures, Inc. (CPVI). Since joining the company in 2016, he has worked with the U.S. National Security Agency Research Directorate's Laboratory for Advanced Cybersecurity Research, Trust Mechanisms Office. Prior to joining CPVI, he was a Senior Engineering Leader and Technical Director at NSA, and veteran of 33 years.
This is a virtual event. The meeting link will be provided after registering for the event.