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Article: Disregard Safety And Security At Your Own Peril

June 10th, 2019 – By: Brian Bailey

 

 

Experts at the Table, part 1: How do automotive notions of safety and security compare to those in avionics?

 

Semiconductor Engineering sat down to discuss industry attitudes towards safety and security with Dave Kelf, chief marketing officer for Breker Verification; Jacob Wiltgen, solutions architect for functional safety at Mentor, a Siemens Business; David Landoll, solutions architect for OneSpin Solutions; Dennis Ciplickas, vice president of characterisation solutions at PDF Solutions; Andrew Dauman, vice president of engineering for Tortuga Logic; and Mike Bartley, chief executive officer for TV&S. What follows are excerpts of that conversation.

 

Whatever infrastructure does exist today is mostly in the cloud, on edge-computing gateways, or in company-specific data centers, which most companies continue to use. For example, Tesla has its own data center. So do most major carmakers, banks, and virtually every Fortune 1,000 company. And while some processes have been moved into public clouds, the majority of data is staying put for privacy reasons.