PODCAST

Perspectives in IoT - Preventing EV cyber flat tires

Expectations and potential cyber risks that accompany connected electric vehicles

Brad Raiford

Brad Raiford

Director Advisory, Cyber Security Services, KPMG US

+1 832-527-5624

Kristy Hornland

Kristy Hornland

Manager Advisory, Cyber Security Services, KPMG US

+1 425-281-5251

Podcast overview

Electric Vehicles (EVs) have exploded in the market over the past few years, and by 2030 52% of all new vehicle sales will be electric. This rapid adoption of EVs has meant all sectors, from startups, policymakers, banks, and traditional oil and gas companies, have to work together to design an infrastructure to support these vehicles on the road. With EVs permeating consumer and commercial markets, there is an expanding attack surface for attackers to access users' data, PII, and the software that controls the vehicles. As the EV landscape grows, so too must the cyber considerations. From inception through engineering and on to production, cyber functions counter hackers and thwart unauthorized access to the new network of connected vehicles and the data it produces.
 
Join Brad Raiford and Kristy Hornland as they continue addressing EV security concerns and data privacy with Jason Haward-Grau.
 
In this episode, you will learn:

  • The key players fighting to secure EVs
  • The biggest cyber security concerns
  • Privacy concerns with EVs and EV charging stations

Speakers

Brad Raiford

Brad Raiford

Director Advisory, Cyber Security Services, KPMG US

+1 832-527-5624
Kristy Hornland

Kristy Hornland

Manager Advisory, Cyber Security Services, KPMG US

+1 425-281-5251
Jason A Haward-Grau

Jason A Haward-Grau

Managing Director, Cyber Security Services, KPMG US

+1 713-304-0044