Auto Cyber Security Centre

Windsor Morning with Tony Doucette January 29, 2021 Cyber threats have evolved to include your car. We hear about a partnership between the University of Windsor and Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association to keep your car safe. Listen to the full interview here.

Cybersecurity centre for self-driving vehicles heads to University of Windsor

CBC Windsor January 29, 2021 The University of Windsor will be the site of Canada’s first organization dedicated to countering threats Centre tackles infrastructure and data security around autonomous vehicles. This week, the Automotive Parts Manufacturer’s Association (APMA) partnered with the centre to help guide and inform its research. APMA president Flavio Volpe said the […]

University of Windsor establishes first Canadian transportation cybersecurity centre

Dave Waddell, Windsor Star January 28, 2021 The University of Windsor will be the site of Canada’s first organization dedicated to countering threats to the connected transportation marketplace. The SHIELD Automotive Cybersecurity Centre of Excellence will focus on developing the skills, innovations and policy to secure connected and autonomous vehicles. The cybersecurity centre got a […]

apmaIAC Cyber Mobility Awards Nominating Committee

Colin Singh Dhillon, Chief Technical Officer, APMA Trish Dyl, Director of Partnerships, Ryerson Cybersecure Catalyst AJ Khan, Director, APMA Institute of Automotive Cybersecurity (apmaIAC) Phillip Lafrance, Standards Manager, ISARA Lauren Tedesco, VP Learning & Development, APMA

Cyber security company moves headquarters to Windsor

Dave Waddell, Windsor Star September 17, 2020 The Windsor region’s bid to become a significant player in cyber security in the auto mobility sector got a boost this week with the decision by Vehiqilla Inc. to move its Burlington headquarters to the city. Vehiqilla Inc. specializes in the areas of connectivity, secure vehicle architecture and […]

Automotive cybersecurity company moving its headquarters to Windsor-Essex

Melanie Borrelli, CTV Windsor News September 15, 2020 WINDSOR, ONT. — An automotive cybersecurity company has announced its decision to move its headquarters to Windsor-Essex. Vehiqilla Inc. is expected to launch a phased approach to hiring, beginning with a business development specialist, six researchers, five security analysts and assorted senior technical staff. Company officials say the […]

Auto companies risk exposing private data as working from home continues

Stephanie Wallcraft, Automotive News Canada September 14, 2020 Remote workers could be exposing their employers to contractual violations and legal disputes if they are not correctly handling sensitive information. For the automotive industry, particularly within the automaker-supplier relationship, trade secrets often comprise the highest-risk information. Trade secrets are defined by the Canadian Intellectual Property Office […]