Cybersecurity for Automotive –
How to Automate Your TARA

Free Webinar

itemisBlock Habor. Cybersecurity


Are you Prepared for the Upcoming Vehicle Cybersecurity Regulations?

Cybersecurity is top of mind for OEMs and suppliers. In our 30 minutes workshop you will get the hottest information about UNECE WP.29 and the ISO/SAE 21434, the Threat Analysis and Risk Assessment (TARA) and the Cybersecurity Management System (CSMS).

How to automate your TARA?

Why do spreadsheets fail?

Overview to UNECE WP.29 and ISO/SAE 21434

Together, Brandon Barry (CEO and Founder of Block Harbor), Jonathan Mohring (President itemis Inc.), and Dirk Leopold (Head of Cybersecurity and Head of Advanced Engineering at itemis) presented two free, live workshops.

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Brandon Barry

Brandon Barry
Brandon Barry is CEO and Founder of Block Harbor. He serves the industry as the North America lead for the Automotive Security Research Group (ASRG). After focusing on automotive security in academic research at Brown University (Sc. B, Computer Engineering), Brandon founded Block Harbor in 2014 to build great solutions in automotive cybersecurity to keep mobility safe. With Block Harbor, he has led the team to successfully serve customers with services such as penetration testing at fully equipped vehicle cybersecurity labs, building and running a 24/7 Security Operation Center (SOC) for OEM automakers, building scalable operations for TARA, and leading several customers to regulatory compliance/standard conformance. He has placed first place in DEF CON's Car Hacking Village Capture the Flag competition.

Speaker Jonathan Mohring

Jonathan Mohring
Jonathan Mohring is the President of itemis Inc. in the US. Prior to itemis, he spent over 20 years at Honda, Chrysler, and Daimler in Europe and the US driving innovation in the areas of engineering IT, software automation and data strategy. As President of itemis Inc., he is responsible for all  operations and customers in the US. Jonathan holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Toledo and an MBA in Technology and Innovation Management from the University of Stuttgart.

Speaker Dirk Leopold

Dirk Leopold
Dirk Leopold is the Head of Advanced Engineering and a senior expert in automotive cybersecurity at itemis. For many years, he has been focussing on automotive cybersecurity risk management including related regulations, norms, services, and products. Dirk is a frequent speaker at international cybersecurity events. Holding a degree in Industrial Engineering from the Technical University of Darmstadt. He has 25 years of professional experience in various industries and roles at national and international levels.

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Webinar recording from March 3rd including the presentation.