What’s next for connected supply chain logistics and mobility in the “new normal”?

This on-demand webinar explored how the current market is driven by shared mobility and connected services and how technology is now common for mobility & supply-chain.

They also discussed how this advancement has increased the risk of cyberattacks and what steps can you take to enhance your cybersecurity strategy. Furthermore, they shared how the last physical obstacle to creating truly ‘contactless’ fleet operation is the physical keys or fobs to access vehicles, and how eliminating the need for physical keys in transport operations streamlines activities.

Global businesses are under pressure to enhance customer service while streamlining costs now more than ever. This has resulted in advancement in technology in mobility and supply chain but has also increased the risk of cyberattacks making cybersecurity inevitable: threat can come in any shape and size, including consumer data breaches, Denial-of-Service (DoS) attacks, malicious exploit attempts, intellectual property theft and the safety of drivers and passengers – making it inevitable to secure your digital assets.  

So, what else can be done to secure your digital assets in a connected supply chain? 

In a keynote presentation, Irdeto discussed the common problems with digital assets in the connected supply chain and the risks associated with its cyber threat landscape. They further shared what are the core pillars to mitigate these risks. 

The keynote also explained how contactless vehicle access can act as an enabler for new business models, and how businesses can benefit from new opportunities presented by connected technologies. 

Following the keynote, an expert panel discussed the need for a cybersecurity strategy and examples across the transport sector. 


Dan MurdockDan Murdock, Chief Architect, Connected Transport, Irdeto

Dan Murdock is the Chief Architect of Irdeto’s Connected Transport Business Unit and has been working in Cybersecurity for over 15 years, working globally with many of Irdeto’s Fortune 500 customers.  Prior to working for Irdeto, Dan worked in the automotive industry for Ford, Motorola AEG (prior to Continental’s acquisition) and Visteon in both North America and Germany.


Zeljiko Zeljko Jeftic – Deputy Director – ERTICO

A Swedish national, Zeljko holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and a Master of Science in Telecommunications from the Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden. Before joining ERTICO in June 2019, he worked in telecommunications at Ericsson, as system developer of Active Safety systems at Volvo and at ERTICO between 2006 and 2012 as Senior Project Manager, working mainly on C-ITS, urban mobility and freight innovation projects. Furthermore, he built up IRU Projects, the research & innovation arm of IRU (International Road Transport Union) where he held positions as Head and later on Secretary General of IRU Projects from 2013 to 2019. Since 2016 he also lead the IRU’s work on global innovation, working with IRU’s members worldwide on identifying and implementing latest transport solutions, such as electronic freight documents. Zeljko is fluent in Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian, Swedish and English and has basic understanding of German and French.


Is the webinar free?

Yes – there is no charge to watch the webinar, either live or on-demand.

When will the webinar take place?
The webinar will take place live on 29 September at 14:00 BST.

Can I watch the webinar later?
The webinar will become available to watch on-demand shortly after the live broadcast takes place.

What are the benefits of attending live?

During the live webinar, you’ll be able to pose questions to the speakers, which will then be answered during the live Q&A session at the end of the webinar.

How long will the webinar be?
This webinar will last for up to one hour.

Who will be moderating?
Josh Minchin, Junior Editor, Intelligent Transport.

What do I need to watch this webinar?
All you need is a computer with an internet connection. It is advised to use headphones where possible for your own comfort.