Oct 20

12:00 PM


6:00 PM

Pre-Registration Ends

6:30 PM

Networking Reception

10:00 PM

Networking Reception Ends

Oct 21

7:00 AM

Networking Breakfast & Registration

9:00 AM

Keynote (KAMA)

Speaker: Mr. Tae-Nyen Kim, Executive Director, Korea Automobile Manufacturers Association (KAMA)

Welcome and Overview of Korea Automotive Industry

9:30 AM

Does OPEN Mean Vulnerable?

Two essential approaches exist to protecting automotive systems from emerging threats: security through obscurity and security through openness. The obscurity path presumes that by hiding implementation specifics and other details of a potential target for cybercrime, it will prove more secure and a less likely target for cybercriminals. Conversely, openness, realized through open standards and via open source implementations, posits that visibility into implementation and community-based purview enable creation and maintenance of inherently more secure systems. This presentation will examine the assumptions behind these two approaches and how each really does (or doesn’t) function to deliver more secure vehicles, systems and software. In particular, this presentation will address:

  • The security contradiction – going against tradition and intuition around closed systems
  • Discovery and exploitation of vulnerabilities in the real world
  • Keeping Black Hats out while inviting White Hats in
  • How open source community oversight works (and some times doesn’t)
  • Best security practices – Open Source Hygiene

10:30 AM

Networking Break

11:00 AM

Cyber-Security in the Connected Car Age

Speaker: Egil Juliessen Ph.D.Research Director & Principal Analyst, IHS Automotive Technology

Egil will focus on the problems, risks & negative impact in the Connected Car industry.

  • What can be learned from other industries?
  • What are the big-picture solutions?
  • Are there automotive solutions?
  • Summary & take-away

11:45 AM

Security of Sensors (for Cars)

Speaker: Dr. Yong Dae Kim, Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)

Sensors are essential components for any sensing-and-actuation system such as self-driving cars and drones. These systems tend to be safety-critical, meaning that breaking its safety may cause loss of life or disasters. Because of these safety reasons, sensors are often designed to be robust against failure or faults. However, are they secure against malicious attackers? In this talk, I detail how sensors can be attacked, which cause fatal problems in many applications, such as drones, cars and medical devices.

12:30 PM

Networking Lunch

2:00 PM

Evolving Models for IVI Programs

Speaker: Philippe Gicquel, Technical Marketing Product Manager, GENIVI Alliance

The historical approach of an automaker selecting a single supplier and requesting a "black box" for their next IVI program is alive and well today. However, the market is shifting toward models that include many suppliers, maximizing the automaker's choices to piece together what they consider the best combination of open source and commercial components This panel session explores how the GENIVI community and approach promotes these automaker's choices through the following benefits:

  • Flexible architecture that supports mixing and matching open source and commercial components
  • Maximizing software reuse through open source components resulting in reduced development cycle time and cost
  • Build a IVI platform once and deploy it on many hardware targets which supports a range of low-to-high-end features based on make/model

3:15 PM

Autonomous Vehicles

Speaker: Kihyun Kwon, Research Analyst Automotive & Transportation, Frost & Sullivan, APAC

Kihyun will focus on the global market and R&D trends on autonomous vehicles and forecasting.

4:00 PM

Networking Break

4:15 PM

Connected Car in China-Facts, Trends and Challenges

Speaker: Kevin Li, Senior Analyst, Automotive MM & Comm / Automotive Practice, Strategy Analytics

More cars are getting connected via embedded modem or smartphone tethering or both. This trend creates demands and opportunities to the whole ecosystem, and it also causes challenges and threats. This presentation analyzed the major trends in the connected car ecosystem by reviewing major topics such as architecture, OS, smartphone gateway solutions and consumer interest. It also took an overview on the most prosperous market, for the latest updates in China market.

4:45 PM

Analyst View on IVI Market Trends (Panel)

Moderator: TBD

5:30 PM

Demonstration Showcase