Learn about automotive cybersecurity best practices and NHTSA guidelines for securing OTA vehicle software updates to protect connected vehicles.
Chris Clark, a 22-year veteran of the IT and security world, uses his experience in management, information systems, and cybersecurity to help organizations effectively integrate meaningful security practices into their environments. Chris holds a master's in cybersecurity from the University of Maryland University College and has held numerous certifications throughout his career. He has worn many hats, including roles as project manager, director of information systems, hospital system CIO, and principal security engineer. He also participates in numerous standards bodies to ensure effective security requirements are included in the development of future standards for the automotive and healthcare industries. As a senior manager in the Automotive Group at Synopsys, Chris is currently focused on helping the automotive industry to minimize their cybersecurity risks by engaging with customers and sharing his knowledge and experiences in the hopes of building a more cyber-resilient future.
Posts by Chris Clark:
Explore the NHTSA’s automotive cybersecurity best practices for protecting ECUs against attacks from (or through) connected aftermarket car accessories.
We explain the automotive cybersecurity framework of ISO/SAE 21434, and how IP & EDA tools help designers build security into automotive SoCs & sensors.
Explore what’s next in automotive sensors, such as the roles of edge computing & sensor fusion and impact of sensor degradation & software lifecycle management.
We share predictions for 2021 on the future of the automotive industry, such as new self driving car applications & 5G’s impact on connected vehicle technology.
Posted in Automotive
Self-driving cars rely on smart sensors to power advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS); learn how EDA tools create smarter sensors for smarter, safer cars.
Posted in Automotive
By Chris Clark, Senior Manager of Embedded Ecosystems
Posted in Internet of Things