Law Enforcement, the FBI and Automotive Cybersecurity
“Law Enforcement, the FBI and Automotive Cybersecurity” was the closing keynote address of the first Billington Global Automotive Cybersecurity Summit.
David Johnson, who oversees the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s development of cybersecurity policy and strategy, talked about the FBI’s role in preventing and investigating cybersecurity breaches.
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