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Panel Session: Security & Privacy for Connected Cars w/ Scott Morrison, SVP & Distinguished Engineer, CA Layer 7 @ APIdays SF

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Cars are already full of sensors and producing gigabytes of data, but they are not connected yet. Connecting them can represent a tremendous opportunity for several industries (insurance companies, …

Cars are already full of sensors and producing gigabytes of data, but they are not connected yet. Connecting them can represent a tremendous opportunity for several industries (insurance companies, repairs, traffic optimization...) but it certainly comes with a lot of challenges. Security and Privacy are the biggest challenges this market have to overcome, especially because it has been completely out of scope for this industry so far.

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  • When we talk about APIs, we’re talking for example of Web apis. Web apis are different from the web …
    That’s how mobile apps are powered today
    Reproducing a web browsing experience on any device is not the path to optimal user experience
    The information needs to be consistent across devices, but native applications produce the best experiences
  • Netflix became everywhere because of APIs.
  • My car was hacked
    Imagine somebody being able to unlock your car with his smart phone
    Imagine somebody being able to remote shut down your car as you drive. Remote steer target down a cliff.
    In a future where cars are self-driven, the potential risks only go up
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    • 1. Developing the right connected car experience using APIs June 2014 © 2014 CA. All rights reserved. K. Scott Morrison SVP & Distinguished Engineer CA Technologies
    • 2. 2 © 2014 CA. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Mobile Car 3rd party service/soc ial Connected Car Service Provider How do you connect any of these things? The Connected Car Connected to what?  Manufacturer or service provider – Call home  Entertainment platforms – E.g. Netflix  Weather, traffic info, GPS  Social media  A mobile app used by driver
    • 3. 3 © 2014 CA. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Connections = APIs Web Web API  Presentation, interface  Information  Information Presentation, interface { “min”: “23C”, “max”: “11C”…}
    • 4. 4 © 2014 CA. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. APIs connect everything { “min”: “23C”, “max”: “11C”…}
    • 5. 5 © 2014 CA. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Mobile Car 3rd party service/soc ial Connected Car Service Provider APIs of the connected car APIs APIs APIs App App App
    • 6. 6 © 2014 CA. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Security matters too  Safety – When cars can be controlled remotely … “My car was hacked”  Privacy – Locate users – Abuse of driver history data APIs are becoming the attack vector of choice for the new generation of hackers
    • 7. 7 © 2014 CA. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Thank you © 2014 CA. All rights reserved. Scott Morrison SVP and Distinguished Engineer, CA Technologies

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