FuzzCon - Automotive Edition
02.12.2020 | 9 - 12 am (CET)
After more than 1100 experts took part in FuzzCon Europe 2020 in September, the event series now continues with an automotive edition.
FuzzCon - Automotive Edition is the online event for developers and it-security professionals from the automotive industry, who want to learn more about the latest trends in application security. Find out how modern fuzzing is enhancing secure automotive software development.
The security of automotive software is crucial, not only because bug-induced call-backs are costly, but also because the well-being of passengers depends on it. Since the industry is facing a major shift to autonomous driving, security testing also needs to change - ideally towards DevSecOps. Especially the new ISO 21434 “Road Vehicles – Cybersecurity Engineering” therefore explicitly recommends the promising fuzzing technology.
At FuzzCon - Automotive Edition we have been able to attract exciting speakers for you.
Sergej Dechand is Co-founder and CEO of Code Intelligence. He and his team strive to revolutionize the way the world tests software. He is an expert in usability aspects of IT security. Sergej has 10 years of experience in software development, software testing, IT security, and academic publishing. Before founding Code Intelligence with his colleagues in 2017, he worked as an external IT consultant and as a project manager at Fraunhofer FKIE.
Code Intelligence develops a state-of-the-art application security testing solution that saves developers’ time and effort while drastically improving the security, stability and reliability of the codebase. Due to the earlier finding of bugs and vulnerabilities in the development process, Code Intelligence accelerates the development life cycle of software projects. The main technology is based on feedback-based / instrumented fuzzing techniques as used by Google and Microsoft extensively. The software improves the discovery of bugs and vulnerability due to higher code coverage and continuously executing automated security tests after each code change.