Inside Track from Trustonic
S2E4 | Digital experiences in next generation vehicles

S2E4 | Digital experiences in next generation vehicles

September 8, 2021

Following on from our in-vehicle payments discussion our General Manager of Automotive, Andrew Till sat down with Frost & Sullivan’s, Vice President Automotive & Transportation, Frank Leveque to discuss digital experiences in vehicles. 

They explore areas such as next generation in vehicle experiences, the role of security and also some of the business models and how OEMs can potentially monetize the value of security in vehicles moving forwards 

Here at Trustonic we bring the highest level of security across the connected car and IOT space with our Trusted Execution Environment (TEE).  

S2E3 | How in-vehicle payments with impact the automotive industry and beyond

S2E3 | How in-vehicle payments with impact the automotive industry and beyond

August 4, 2021

By 2025, in-vehicle payments will reach $86 billion according to Juniper Research, up from just $543 million in 2020. As the market grows, organisations will need to step up their game to focus on security. 

In May we had participants join us from all corners of the globe as well as the biggest Tier 1 and tech vendors as we discussed in-vehicle payments. Listen to the recording above or rewatch the session here

The session was led by our GM of Automotive, Andrew Till and industry guests 

  • Minh Le, Head of Connected Vehicle & Emerging IoT Offerings, Worldline 
  • Franck Leveque, Partner, Vice President Automotive & Transportation, Frost & Sullivan 
  • Colum Duffy, Director, Product Management, Technology Innovation Cyber & Intelligence Solutions, Mastercard 
  • Frank-Michael Kamm, Technology Director, Giesecke+Devrient 

Some of the key issues discussed included: 

“If you are in the region where you are not really subjected to PSD2, it's certainly a good idea to think about strong authentication, because  you don't want to turn your in-car payment solution into a security nightmare.” Frank-Michael Kamm, Technology Director, Giesecke+Devrient 

“In 2006, when we started talking about NFC contactless payment with a very small Nokia mobile device, we fought a lot on, the ecosystems and the business models. I think that is the key lesson we have to learn today. Let's avoid fighting each other and try to create a tangible ecosystem to help each other.” Minh Le, Head of Connected Vehicle & Emerging IoT Offerings, Worldline Global  

“The kind of opportunity to deliver that best user experience and differentiate from the kind of competition from smartphones, because as a car vendor, you have  those assets, you can do things which nobody else can do.” Colum Duffy, Director, Product Management, Technology Innovation Cyber & Intelligence Solutions, Mastercard:  

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Read more about how in-vehicle payments are becoming the next frontier.  We enable connected vehicles around the world to have the highest levels of hardware-backed security and features with our Secure Platform

S2E2 | How connected vehicles will be defined with the UNECE WP.29 regulation and ISO 21434

S2E2 | How connected vehicles will be defined with the UNECE WP.29 regulation and ISO 21434

July 22, 2021

In this Inside Track episode, Andrew Till, Trustonic’s General Manager of Automotive and Jasmina Omic, Product Manager Services at Riscure dive into why there’s a need for cybersecurity solutions for the automotive industry.

They discuss the upcoming UNECE WP.29 regulation and ISO 21434 and the challenges the automotive industry faces for the first time.

We work with automotive companies across the globe to bring innovative solutions to the connected car industry with our trusted Secure Platform.

S2E1 | The future of voice assistance in connected vehicles

S2E1 | The future of voice assistance in connected vehicles

July 1, 2021

 

Welcome back to the Inside Track with our newest automotive series covering voice technology, security, new regulation, in-vehicle payments and more.

 

In our first episode of the series, Andrew Till, Trustonic’s General Manager of Automotive and Richard Hayton, Trustonic’s Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer, deep dive into Alexa and connected vehicles. More specifically how digital voice technology will change the experience of driving forever.

 

They’ll cover

 

  • Can Alexa turn on your car?
  • What are the security challenges in light of what comes next?
  • Who owns the data? 
  • Can OEMs differentiate or will all the experiences be the same?
  • What vehicles support Alexa?
  • what are the benefits of voice technology in vehicles?

At Trustonic our  Secure Platform helps automotive companies to address the challenges of providing advanced connected services whilst delivering the highest level of protection possible.   By leveraging our Kinibi Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) OEMs and Tier 1s can build trusted experiences that protect their customers, their services, and their data.  Find out how we work with the automotive industry here.

 

#6 | How a global OEM has grown and adapted to regional challenges over the last 25 years - with William Paterson and Ernst Wittmann from TCL Alcatel

#6 | How a global OEM has grown and adapted to regional challenges over the last 25 years - with William Paterson and Ernst Wittmann from TCL Alcatel

March 3, 2021

In this episode, Jon French, our Chief Business Development Officer, sits down with TCL/Alcatel’s, William Paterson, UK & Ireland Country Director and Ernst Wittmann, TCL/Alcatel’s - Regional Manager Southern & East Africa. 

They discuss where they started in the industry, how the landscape has changed, the pressure to acting regional as a global brand, innovation around supplying technology and the vast differences between the European and the Middle East and Africa markets. 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonwfrench/ 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/wpaterson/ 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/wittmann-ernst-6b2ba842/  

#5 | Taking a global look at combatting fraud in mobile supply chain with the GSMA

#5 | Taking a global look at combatting fraud in mobile supply chain with the GSMA

January 20, 2021

In our most recent Inside Track Episode, Dion Price spoke with Jon France, Head of Industry Security at the GSMA. They discuss the c.$1 billion issue of mobile trafficking, how leading industry players are leaving gaps in the marketplace & what 25bn devices could mean for 2025. 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/dionprice/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonfrance/

https://www.gsma.com/ 

#4 | Mobile industry challenges, the changing role of OEMs in retail & the impact of locking solutions

#4 | Mobile industry challenges, the changing role of OEMs in retail & the impact of locking solutions

January 7, 2021

Sheldon Hebert is in conversation with Sennco’s Vice President of Global Innovation, Brian Peacock. They discuss the increase in mobile device prices, locking technologies to secure devices and how the partnership between Trustonic and Sennco has enabled consumers better access to smartphones.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/sheldon-hebert-682b9a16/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-peacock-ccip-1502435/

https://sennco.com/

 

 

 

 

 

#3 | In conversation with Samsung on innovation, the importance of 5G, Geopolitical challenges and open systems - with Nick Dawson from Samsung

#3 | In conversation with Samsung on innovation, the importance of 5G, Geopolitical challenges and open systems - with Nick Dawson from Samsung

December 21, 2020

Gregory Wade is in conversation with Samsung’s Director and Global Head of B2B Solutions Sales, Nick Dawson. In this episode they discuss global mobile device trends, the importance of strategic partnerships, geopolitical challenges, and market opportunities. 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/gregorymwade/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/nick-dawson-4170254/

https://www.samsung.com/

 

#2 | What’s fuelling the problem of handset crime and why 3% of telecoms industry is lost to fraud - with Eric Priezkalns from Risk & Assurance Group

#2 | What’s fuelling the problem of handset crime and why 3% of telecoms industry is lost to fraud - with Eric Priezkalns from Risk & Assurance Group

December 10, 2020

Dion Price is in conversation with Risk & Assurance Group’s Chief Executive, Eric Priezkalns. Eric’s had over 20 years' experience and discusses in depth his recent survey exploring the risk management for telcos. They touch on the flaws of the IMEI Database scheme, how to prevent fraud at an international level and the extensive complexities around the industry. 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/dionprice/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericpriezkalns/ 

https://www.trustonic.com/

https://riskandassurancegroup.org/

 

 

#1 | How the mobile industry changed in the past 20 years and what to look out for in the future with Shaun Collins & Ben Wood from CCS Insights

#1 | How the mobile industry changed in the past 20 years and what to look out for in the future with Shaun Collins & Ben Wood from CCS Insights

November 26, 2020

Dion Price is in conversation with CCS insights CEO Shaun Collins & Chief of Research Ben Wood. Both Shaun and Ben have had ring side seats for the tectonic shifts that have occurred in the mobile market over the past 20 years. In this wide-reaching conversation, we cover everything from the rise & fall of phase 1 industry titans (think Nokia, Motorola), the meteoric rise of Apple and some of the lesser known insights from the iPhone launch, what do US sanctions really mean for the fate of Huawei long term, and who will be the next empire to fall?  

 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/dionprice/ 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/shauncollins47/ 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/benwood/  

https://www.ccsinsight.com/  

 

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