Webinar Date: Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Time: 8:00 AM (PT)
Speaker: Stacy Prowell, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Location: on the Web
Event Details & Registration: tec.ieee.org
Summary: Modern vehicles include an average of 100 million lines of code and 60 control units. With automotive manufacturers adding an increasing array of safety, entertainment, navigation, and autonomous driving features, the potential threat vectors for vehicle cyber attacks are rapidly expanding. In this talk, Dr. Stacy Prowell, Director of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory Vehicle Security Center, will discuss the current state of security, the issues to be addressed, and some of the work being done to address these issues.
Bio: Dr. Stacy Prowell serves as the Chief Cyber Security Research Scientist in the Computational Sciences and Engineering Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Dr. Prowell also leads the Cyber Warfare Research Team, is the Program Manager for the lab’s Cybersecurity for Energy Delivery Systems program, and is the Director of the lab’s Vehicle Security Center. Dr. Prowell’s research focuses on physics-based methods for intrusion detection and semantics-based methods in malware detection and analysis. Dr. Prowell’s work on a system for deep analysis of compiled software led to the Hyperion system which received a 2015 R&D 100 award and two awards for technology transfer. Previously, Dr. Prowell worked in the CERT Program of the Software Engineering Institute on automated analysis of malware. In his spare time Dr. Prowell is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Tennessee.
— (IEEE TransElectrification) – safety, entertainment, navigation, autonomous driving, threat vectors, state of security, issues to be addressed …