Community Calls

The Auto-ISAC holds monthly virtual community meetings for members and connected vehicle ecosystem stakeholders to stay informed of Auto-ISAC activities and share information on key vehicle cybersecurity topics.

Contact us to participate in our monthly community calls. The community calls are held on the first Wednesday of each month from 11am EST

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Past Community Calls

April 2021 Community Call

Dealer security is a key component of the security of the automotive sector and will continue to increase in importance.  As the automotive industry becomes increasingly digital, the relationship between…

March 2021 Community Call

Understand some of the cybersecurity, integrity, and disruption risks increasingly facing supply chains today. Likewise, hear a sound strategy for addressing these risks with currently available tools and where gaps…

February 2021 Community Call

As the car becomes more connected and aware of its environment law enforcement also needs to understand the challenges and issues this will give them. Law Enforcement has started to…

January 2021 Community Call

Given that the theory of cybersecurity information sharing is well-established, the successes ought to be visible in practice. Funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, we collected real-world information…

December 2020 Community Call

This presentation covered highlights of the Shared Assessment / Ponemon report “A New Roadmap for Third Party IoT Risk Management – the Critical Need to Elevate Awareness, Authority and Engagement.”…

November 2020 Community Call

Kiersten Todt, Managing Director at Cyber Readiness Institute (CRI) discussed about practical and easy-to-use methods to help small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) improve their cybersecurity by focusing on human behavior. The…

October 2020 Community Call

“User acceptance of automated vehicles! This presentation examines the enablers for attaining a higher consumer trust as well as a safe and intuitive user experience at various automation levels. The…

September 2020 Community Call

How much effort do you think someone would go through to obtain the ability to affect motor transportation at scale? An overview of the Triton malware intrusion and the search…

August 2020 Community Call

Gary Berman will share his incredible story about how a small group of trusted insiders essentially “cloned” his company right under his nose for an extended period. A total of…

July 2020 Community Call

The presentation is on the 2020 Open Source Security and Risk Analysis Report (OSSRA) by Mr. Tim Mackey, Principal Security Strategist, Synopsys Cybersecurity Research Center.  The overview of the report…