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October 27-29, 2024 | Cleveland, OH

Project Update:
Securing Legacy Maintenance Software

Monday, October 28
11:30-12:00 pm
Hope Ballroom D

30 minutes

The trucking industry relies on maintenance facilities to keep trucks running smoothly, yet maintenance software is often overlooked in cybersecurity discussions. Despite its capability to change parameters or even firmware of truck ECUs, this critical aspect of fleet management remains vulnerable.

Join us for an essential update on NMFTA's efforts to secure legacy maintenance software systems, hosted by Jaime Lightfoot, Cybersecurity Researcher at Lightfoot Labs. This session will delve into the cybersecurity risks inherent in maintenance software and offer practical mitigations to protect your fleet and facilities against potential downtime. Key topics include RP1210 attack vectors and predictions on how such attacks may evolve in the future.

Don’t miss this opportunity to stay ahead of emerging cybersecurity threats and ensure the robustness of your fleet's maintenance systems.

Who Should Attend:

This session is crucial for trucking executives, fleet owners, VPs of Technology, VPs of Information Security, IT professionals, and trucking cybersecurity researchers who are dedicated to enhancing the cybersecurity of their maintenance operations.



Jaime Lightfoot

Cybersecurity Researcher, Lightfoot Labs

Jaime Lightfoot is an independent security researcher, EE, and full-stack developer with over 10 years of experience. She specializes in securing embedded systems within trucking, automotive, and other critical industries by helping companies assess vulnerabilities and working with their engineers to fix the gaps.  

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