FASTR News & Events

FASTR adds Uber security lead as technical committee chair

May 11, 2017

FASTR adds Uber security lead as technical committee chair

May 11, 2017
FASTR builds out technical steering committee and adds new contributing members, Argus Cyber Security and RunSafe Security BEAVERTON, Ore. (May 11, 2017) – FASTRSM, a nonprofit research consortium dedicated to automotive cybersecurity, today announced that Uber’s Hudson Thrift has been appointed to chair the consortium’s…
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May 24 Webinar: Building the Best In-Vehicle Cyber Defense

May 8, 2017

May 24 Webinar: Building the Best In-Vehicle Cyber Defense

May 8, 2017
Join FASTR’s Dan Klinedinst and Craig Hurst for a webinar hosted by Automotive IQ: Building the Best In-Vehicle Cyber Defense: Network Design, Testing Labs, and Research Classification Wednesday, May 24, 2017 04:00 PM – 05:00 pm CEST / 10:00 am – 11:00 am EDT It…
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Steve Grobman confirmed for Connected Car California

February 24, 2017

Steve Grobman confirmed for Connected Car California

February 24, 2017
Steve Grobman, Board President, FASTR and CTO, Intel Security confirmed for Connected Car California Reposted from AutomotiveWorld.com announcement on February 24 Steve Grobman, Board President, FASTR and CTO, Intel Security has been confirmed as a speaker at Connected Car California (to be held on April…
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FASTR releases manifesto, “Toward Tomorrow’s ‘Organically Secure’ Vehicle”

February 8, 2017

FASTR releases manifesto, “Toward Tomorrow’s ‘Organically Secure’ Vehicle”

February 8, 2017
Karamba Security and Rambus join FASTR consortium to collaborate on automotive-security innovation BEAVERTON, Ore. (February 8, 2017) – FASTR℠ today released a manifesto, “Toward Tomorrow’s ‘Organically Secure’ Vehicle,” declaring its organizational and industry intentions. Formerly “Automotive Security Review Board” and founded by Aeris, Intel Security…
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The Future of Automotive Security Technology Research Is Here

February 8, 2017

The Future of Automotive Security Technology Research Is Here

February 8, 2017
by Craig Hurst, Executive Director Formerly known as the “Automotive Security Review Board,” FASTR (Future of Automotive Security Technology Research) was founded in 2016 by Aeris, Intel and Uber as a non-profit consortium. Today, we are growing with additional members from across the evolving automotive…
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Connect with FASTR at the RSA Conference

February 4, 2017

Connect with FASTR at the RSA Conference

February 4, 2017
Join us for a Meetup during RSA on Tuesday, February 14th from 4pm-6pm at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis to learn more about FASTR: “Future of Automotive Security Technology Research.” FASTR brings together auto-industry veterans and disruptors, technology giants and leading academics to drive the…
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FASTR’s Input to Proposed NHTSA Guidance on Automotive Security

February 3, 2017

FASTR’s Input to Proposed NHTSA Guidance on Automotive Security

February 3, 2017
by Craig Hurst, Executive Director Seeking to take a proactive approach to improving motor vehicle cybersecurity, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in October 2016 issued best practices guidance based on public feedback and the National Institute of Standards and…
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Highlights of the Technical Steering Committee Summit

January 25, 2017

Highlights of the Technical Steering Committee Summit

January 25, 2017
Tomorrow’s organically secure connected vehicle will be predicated on defense in depth. In order to successfully address the emerging challenges in automotive security, threat modeling, vulnerability assessment, security architecture, trusted supply chains and cybersecurity assurance must be interweaved throughout three interconnected layers: In-vehicle systems Connectivity…
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Why Communications Matter in Automotive Security

January 15, 2017

Why Communications Matter in Automotive Security

January 15, 2017
by Michelle L. Avary, FASTR Board Member Security is never “one and done.” It is an ongoing process, requiring continual monitoring and updating. Aeris, as a full-stack telematics service provider, knows this. We also know that while we are experts in some aspects of security,…
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Our Autonomous Future & the Ripple Effect

July 13, 2016

Our Autonomous Future & the Ripple Effect

July 13, 2016
by Craig Hurst, Executive Director Prior to January 2017, FASTR was known as the Automotive Security Review Board (ASRB). It seems there’s a conference practically every week on automotive cybersecurity somewhere in the world, and over the last few months, I’ve had the opportunity to…
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