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Securing the Next Generation of Connected Vehicles

From a security standpoint, early editions of connected vehicles had a rough start. Securing automobiles is hard – perhaps harder than just about any other device. 

In this webinar, Ted Shorter, CTO + Co-Founder, and Ryan Sanders, Senior Product Manager, will outline the unique security challenges that engineers face when securing connected vehicles, address the role that PKI and cryptography play in securing them – and how the same principles can improve security for other connected products where high assurance and scalability are a must.

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