Speaker: John Krzeszewski, Engineering Manager, Cybersecurity, Eaton
Bio:John Krzeszewski is an engineering manager at Eaton and is responsible for enhancing Eaton's cybersecurity through development of reference cybersecurity architectures, education and training, and contribution to and application of applicable cybersecurity standards to their internal processes. He was selected as one of the U.S. representatives and chair, on the development of the upcoming SAE-ISO 21434 “Road vehicles: cybersecurity engineering” standard. John is also on the Industrial Advisory Board for the Cybersecurity Center at the University of Michigan. John was one of 62 individuals out of over 60,000 individuals inducted by the Society of Automotive Engineers into the 2019 "Contributor of the Year" class, in recognition of his contributions to the advancement of the mobility industry. John began his career in 1987 at General Motors, where he developed and deployed one of the first automotive telematics systems, which automatically reported steering system usage of police cars and taxicabs in the field. Since then, he has worked on cybersecurity for autonomous vehicles, vehicle networks, medical devices, electrical systems and associated software. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Kettering University, and a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Michigan State University.