Secure-CAV brings together a broad range of expertise from academia and industry, including leading cybersecurity professionals Copper Horse; hardware-based security and monitoring company UltraSoC (now a part of Mentor, A Siemens Business); transportation experts from The Institute for Future Transport and Cities at Coventry University; and machine learning specialists at the University of Southampton.
Copper Horse specialises in mobile, automotive and IoT security, engineering solutions throughout the product lifecycle from requirements to product security investigations. The company has worked on a wide variety of projects including establishing incident handling processes for a regulator, creating anti-fraud solutions and advising the UK Police on mobile phone security for Police Officers.Visit our website
Threat Modelling Analyst
James brings a variety of skills to the team. Previously, he’s worked as a device development engineer, researcher and science and technology journalist. More details can be found on his LinkedIn page.
Mark has 25+ years of software experience, has contributed to white papers on IoT, automotive and security. Mark has also taught practical IoT hacking to business and academia.
Institute for Future Transport and Cities, Coventry University
The Systems Security Group at the Institute of Future Transport and Cities (IFTC) at Coventry University addresses problems at the intersection of cyber security, systems engineering and computer science for transport systems. IFTC is a multidisciplinary research institute with world class expertise across human factors, engineering, manufacturing, and cyber-physical systemsVisit our website
Hoang Nga Nguyen
Dr Hoang Nga Nguyen is an Assistant Professor in the University’s Systems Security Group. His research interests include automotive cybersecurity, autonomous systems, and system modelling & verification
Dr Hesamaldin Jadidbonab is an automotive expert with focus on testing and verification of HW/SW system design in the area of automotive cybersecurity and autonomous vehicles
University of Southampton
The School of Electronics and Computer Science (ECS) at the University of Southampton is the largest department of its kind in the UK, with a broad range of research interests, including cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, digital hardware design and software engineering. ECS has a record of industrial collaboration and research.Visit our website
Prof Mark Zwolinski has published over 200 refereed papers on subjects including cybersecurity, machine learning and hardware reliability. He has supervised 30 PhD students.
The Tessent® product line within Mentor, A Siemens Business (formerly UltraSoC) provides hardware-based monitoring and detection technology that can operate without interfering with the operation of the main system. Being hardware-based, it responds much more quickly than conventional solutions. Unexpected or anomalous CPU transactions can be immediately flagged or blocked; faults or malicious attacks in sensor systems can be similarly detected.Visit our website
Senior Director of Strategy
Recognised as one of Silicon Republic’s top 25 Irish Sci-Tech leaders, Aileen’s career spans software engineering, operations and strategy at firms including Huawei, TM Forum, Motorola and Alcatel.
A leading SoC architect and the holder of more than 50 patents, Gadge has held senior architecture definition and design roles within at companies such as NVIDIA, Mindspeed, Picochip and STMicroelectronics
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