How can Controller Area Network (CAN) bus data be used to improve products, predict failures, streamline logistics, and repel attacks? Join BlackBerry Cylance Vice President of Global Services Tony Lee for a presentation on how CAN data can be an industry game-changer.
Our Controller Area Network (CAN) Big Data Analytics webinar will be held on:
January 16th at 9:00 AM PST | 12:00 PM EST | 5:00 PM GMTT
Webinar length: 1 hour
CAN data is commonly associated with personal vehicles, but is also used by other industries, including heavy machinery, manufacturing, and medical equipment. Collecting, visualizing, and analyzing CAN data can allow your organization to:
- Perform in-depth monitoring and tuning, improving product quality
- Implement predictive failure analysis, improving consumer safety and satisfaction
- Thwart sophisticated attacks with advanced security alerting and prevention-based technology
- Streamline fleet management services (FMS) by revealing logistical insights that improve efficiencies
Mastering CAN bus data collection and analysis can put your organization ahead of the competition. This webinar will show you how to get started.
About the Speaker
Vice President, Global Services Technical Operations
Tony Lee has more than fifteen years of professional research and consulting experience, pursuing his passion in all areas of information security. As an avid educator, Tony has instructed thousands of students at many venues worldwide, including government, universities, corporations, and conferences such as Black Hat. He takes every opportunity to share knowledge as a contributing author to Hacking Exposed 7, a frequent blogger, researcher, and author of white papers on topics ranging from Citrix Security, the China Chopper Web shell, and Cisco's SYNFul Knock router implant. Over the years, he has contributed many tools to the security community such as UnBup, Forensic Investigator Splunk app, and CyBot, the extensible Threat Intelligence Bot framework designed for anyone from a home user to an SOC analyst.