Vehicles have had embedded computation and networking since the 1980s, but vehicles are now increasingly connected. This means OEMs are faced with an increased risk surface that requires mitigation. Managed identities enable controller components to uniquely identify each other. Authentication, authorization and data integrity offer a secure internal vehicle system. After a connected vehicle is sold, there are revenue opportunities for OEMs based on service delivery platforms. These platforms also benefit from managed identity security, enabling a number of driver-centric use cases. ioTrust provides managed identity security for vehicle devices, applications and drivers. Click here to see how we are working to secure the automotive industry.

Jason Soroko

Jason Soroko
Soroko has spent 17 years in systems architecture and development roles in diverse industries with an emphasis on security. As the threat landscape becomes more advanced, the need for Entrust to understand evolving threats requires deep and dedicated thinking in security concepts. Soroko's thought-leadership in security is rooted in connecting the threat perspective to how systems work as a whole. He frequents security conferences and publishes on important security topics.