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How to Prepare for TISAX: Session Two

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Cybersecurity has become a major risk to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) for device security and protecting their intellectual property, which is why TISAX was developed for the automotive industry. Organizations who choose not to comply with TISAX run the risk of losing business with the European OEMs. During this session, TÜV SÜD and Block Harbor Cybersecurity will dive into how to register for TISAX, how to choose objectives, understand assessment levels, and take a look at the self-assessment process. Make sure your organization is prepared for the inevitable conversation you will have with your Automotive OEMs for device security and protecting their intellectual property, which is why TISAX was developed.

Watch session one of this webinar series here.


session two explores:

  • How to choose objectives

  • Understanding assessment levels

  • Discussing the self-assessment process


About the speakers

Ed Chandler Cybersecurity LeadEd Chandler

Account Executive and Cybersecurity Lead, TÜV SÜD

Ed Chandler has worked in the technology field since 2010, and Cybersecurity since 2011. During this time he has had great success working for organizations such as Trustwave, Great Bay Software, and Virtual Forge. In Cybersecurity he has had the opportunity to work with organizations in sectors such as: Financial Services, Education, Government, Healthcare, and Manufacturing.

During Ed’s time with Trustwave, he assisted large and complex government organizations not only implement PCI-DSS programs, but also ensure those programs were adopted by the greater organizations. At TÜV SÜD, Ed is an Account Executive for the Central Region as well as the Cybersecurity Lead for Business Assurance.

 

Mike Curnow Mike Curnow

Lead SOC Architect, Block Harbor Cybersecurity

Mike Curnow is a cybersecurity professional who’s worked in Financial, Industrial & Automotive Cybersecurity realms. He’s worked both offensive and defensive security, performing penetration tests and implementing SOC for Fortune 50 Companies. Block Harbor is a cybersecurity firm that specializes in securing Automotive, ICS, Cloud, and Embedded Devices. At Block Harbor, Mike Illustrates & implements SOC infrastructure for internal and client SOC.

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