Connected cars will be at the heart of tomorrow’s mobility landscape. They will have full Internet access, also supporting mesh communications with other vehicles and road/traffic infrastructure. However, this increased level of communication also opens up the risk of cyber-attacks.

This webinar presents proven solutions that enable you to build an automotive communications architecture that can benefit from the growing opportunities of connectivity without compromising on security.

Attend this webinar to learn about:

  • How to benefit from car connectivity without exposing security risks
  • About security measures required to protect the system architecture of a connected car
  • About recommended countermeasures such as secured firmware updates
  • How software updates over the air (SOTA) can be secured with TPM (Trusted Platform Module)

Who should attend?
Design engineers, system architects, product managers that are involved in car connectivity


Ines Pedersen, Marketing Manager, Infineon Technologies

Ines Pedersen has more than 13 years of experience as a Product Marketing Manager in the semiconductor industry. She has gained a deep understanding in the automotive world being in charge of Infineon’s Automotive Safety Microcontrollers before she changed to the Chipcard and Security Group in 2010, taking over responsibility for secure mobile solutions. Since 2015 she is engaged in Infineon’s Car Security activities and beginning in 2016 is responsible Product Marketing Manager for the automotive TPM product.
Ines holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration at the University of Erlangen/Nuremberg and the IECS in Strasbourg.