Uptane, a project of the Secure Systems Laboratory at NYU Tandon, invites everyone to “A Conversation on End-to-End Secure Automotive Software Updates.” This free online Zoom conference will run from 9 to 11 a.m. EDT on March 31.
Specific topics addressed at the conference will include an overview of software supply chain security issues, particularly for the automotive sector, and the emerging role of SBOMs in security solutions. The program will also include an introduction to Scudo, an open framework that utilizes another Secure Systems Lab project called in-toto to secure automotive software supply chains.
Featured speakers for the event are Matthew Mackay, leader of a diverse team that focuses on governance, risk, compliance and monitoring, and response activities for General Motor’s Product Cybersecurity team, and Charles Hart, a researcher on product security and supply chain integrity at Hitachi America Ltd. and Chair of the Automotive ISAC SBOM Working Group.
The slide decks for the conference can be accessed as follows: Introductory/Uptane, Supply chain overview, and SBOM overview.