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Cyber Security workshop at ARRB International Conference

by Australian Road Research Board on April 18, 2018

The 28th ARRB International Conference will play host to many intriguing workshops, one such workshop is Digital Security for Connected and Automated Vehicles: From Policy to Practice which will be hosted by Dr Charles Karl of ARRB and Transport Certification Australia.

This interactive panel session will explore a spectrum of perspectives on Australia’s cyber security preparedness for large-scale deployments of highly connected and automated vehicles onto our road transport networks: national policy, international standards & best practice, industry readiness, and practical experiences from pilot deployments.

This workshop will be taking place on Day Two of the conference on Tuesday May 1 at 1:30pm.

Panelists include:

 Philip Lloyd circle Philip Lloyd
General Manager Implementation, Transport Certification Australia
  Philip is the General Manager Implementation at Transport Certification Australia, providing assurance in the use of telematics and related intelligent technologies. In various roles, Philip has been responsible for conceiving and delivering ITS solutions whose core features, architecture and integration provide powerful platforms for achieving road-user safety and productivity benefits.

With over 25 years of consulting, engineering and management experience in the Intelligent Transport Systems industry, Philip’s motivation comes from applying expert business and engineering principles to implement and optimise complex systems, minimising the impact of transport on our environment, and improving our community’s quality of life.

Philip is the Australia co-lead of international Harmonisation Task Group 7 (HTG7), whose objective is to identify and analyse priority areas for harmonisation within C-ITS architectures and standards (identifying key gaps in standards), for the purposes of supporting real-world deployments of CAVs and C-ITS.
 Dickson Leow circle Dickson Leow 
Principal Technology Leader, Future Transport Technology, ARRB
  Dickson Leow is the Principal Technology Leader at Australian Road Research Board (ARRB) within the Future Transport Technology Team. Prior to ARRB, Dickson has worked in various roles over 15 years with Toyota Motor Corporation Australia and his most recent role as the Manager of Regulatory Affairs and Vehicle Safety Department.

Dickson was also the ambassador for Toyota Australia in Fuel Cell Vehicle Technology & related hybrid technology. He has also assisted the Department of Infrastructure & Regional Development (DIRD) with ADR legislation such as ADR 58 – Requirements for Omnibus Design. Dickson has over 19 years’ experience in Homologation, Regulatory Affairs, Compliance, Certification, ITS / CAV and IP Law, in both private and government sectors.

Dickson holds a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Engineering both from Monash University and is currently undertaking his MBA with University of Canberra. He is an active committee member of ISO for Intelligent Transport System as well as Standards Australia IT-023. His focus at ARRB will be facilitating the integration of automated and connected vehicle technologies with infrastructure and demystifying the community’s understanding of the technology.
 Stuart Allen-Keeling circle Stuart Allen-Keeling 
Principal Advisor (Cooperative & Automotive Vehicles) – Security, Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads
  Stuart Allen-Keeling is the Cyber Security lead for the Co-operative and Automated Vehicle Initiative in Queensland’s Department of Transport and Main Roads. His tertiary education majored in both Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, he holds multiple ICT industry certifications and is a Qualified ISO 27001 Lead Auditor.

Stuart has over 24 years of commercial ICT industry experience, specialising in Cyber Security for the last 14 of these years. He was the Cyber Security technical lead for the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads over the Brisbane G20 Summit. Stuart has supported small businesses through to large government agencies, incident response through to policy writing, answering phones through to CEO advice and is an advocate of practical, risk based security practices.
 Marcus Burke circle Marcus Burke 
Project Director – Compliance & Technology, National Transport Commission
  Marcus Burke - Project Director – Compliance & Technology - National Transport Commission
Marcus Burke is the Project Director for Compliance and Technology at the National Transport Commission. He is responsible for transport technology projects, including developing the legal framework for automated vehicles. Over the last 18 months he has lead a team at the NTC examining the regulatory barriers to automated vehicles and developing a roadmap for future reform. He has presented at conferences both in Australia and internationally on the legal issues associated with automated vehicles and has also appeared before parliamentary inquiries at the state and federal level. 

Marcus also has responsibility for key heavy vehicle national law reforms, including the recent reform of chain of responsibility laws. Marcus joined the NTC in 2011. Previously Marcus previously worked in the private sector, with extensive experience in IT product management.
Charles Karl circle Dr Charles Karl (Chair)
Principal Technology Leader, Future Transport Technology, ARRB
  Dr Charles Karl is Principal Technology Leader, Future Transport Technology at the Australian Road Research Board.

Over the last 28 years Charles has been working in the field of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS). Charles’ background in Network Operations includes work in traffic data fusion, travel time modelling, network performance monitoring, traffic management, telematics, co-operative ITS and traveller information. He is also the technical lead for connected and automated vehicles.
Charles's doctoral thesis investigated the response of drivers to a dynamic traveller information system operating in Melbourne.


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