Convergence of Physical and Cyber Security in Drones or Autonomous Vehicles
The addition of new drones or ground-based vehicles in surveillance and traffic control is rapidly becoming a new standard. As with any new technology, any serious vulnerability assessment must ask, Can my own autonomous vehicles be used against me? While securing networks with National Institute of Standards and Testing (NIST), International Organization for Standardization and the Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR) cyber risk framework are well known to IT professionals, securing drones is much more difficult; particularly if the drone is used for critical infrastructure and a concern to the government.
This presentation will discuss the various tools and standards to secure new drone and autonomous technology. This webinar is sponsored by the ASIS Information Technology Security Community.
Registration is free for ITSC Members.
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
- Understand cyber threats with autonomous vehicles
- Learn possible methods to secure autonomous vehicle data
- Understand the threat and vulnerability of autonomous vehicle data loss
Completion of this webinar is eligible for 1 CPE credit. CPE credits will be updated in your user profile within 48 hours of completion. Self-reporting of CPE credits is not required.
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Dr. Richard Ham
University of Arkansas
Dr. Richard Ham is a seasoned executive with 35 years of experience in international security. He designs courses on global risk, homeland security, cybersecurity, unmanned aircraft systems and regulatory enforcement. He leads the University of Arkansas Homeland Security Certificate Program. Dr. Ham retired from the (USAF) after a distinguished career, including regulatory oversight of security contracts for aircraft flying to Europe. He joined the Transportation Security Administration serving as the executive charged with all regulatory compliance and enforcement. He was instrumental in management of the underwear bomber and Yemen printer bomber plots. Dr. Ham established the first K-9 passenger-screening program and serves as Senior Law Enforcement Advisor for the State Department Anti-Terrorism Assistance Program. Dr. Ham serves on the University drone committee and is active in numerous UAS and homeland security research projects.
*Note: Speaker and content are subject to change without notice.